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  1. 5 days ago on Frazz

    So… Frazz is just like the rest of us, huh?

  2. 6 days ago on Frazz

    Wait! Something’s wrong. Where’s Scherzo to gripe that an eight year old kid shouldn’t be drinking coffee of any sort, or be at all familiar with the more exotic commercial abuses of the drink? Is everything okay in the Land of Dyspepsia?

  3. 12 days ago on Frazz

    There are doctorates, and there are Doctors. I grew up in a small college town. The vast majority of my neighbors, and friends’ parents, were affiliated with with the school. All of them had PhD.s, but no one was called “Doctor” outside of class. The only exception was my father, who was the only Medical Doctor in the area. That was because, “He is the only doctor in town who could save your life.”

  4. 13 days ago on Frazz

    I suspected the previous strips were a setup for something more profound. Wonder how Scherzo is going to gripe about this one …

  5. 18 days ago on Frazz

    The version of that story that I read was slightly different. He’d open the door for the cat, but since it was winter and snow was on the ground, the cat refused to go out. When he closed the door, the cat would go to the back door and meow to be let out again, only to refuse to go out for the same reason. This went on for a while, the cat never willing to accept that the weather outside all the doors was the same.

  6. 26 days ago on Frazz

    I agree, Mickey is a naif. But he’s still smarter than his state’s governor. Who takes on one of the world’s largest entertainment mega-corporations and thinks he’ll win the publicity war?

    Pogo, on the other hand, was wise beyond his years, and much smarter than all the clowns in DC. Walt Kelly’s genius was in crafting timeless characters. Simple J. Malarky and P.T. Bridgeport can be easily recognized as denizens of a swamp a bit north of Okefenokee.

  7. 30 days ago on Frazz

    It sounds like what many of you have is really a “local vendors market”. Which is why the first thing I ask the seller at a stand is, “Where’s your farm?” Many of them admit that a particular item wasn’t actually grown on their property, but that they share some of their produce with neighboring farms, so that at any point in the season, everyone has something to sell. These sort of co-ops have been around forever, but if they are selling strawberries in March, I doubt that they have a “neighbor” 500 miles away.

    My wife is famous for her fabulous Thanksgiving collard greens. Her only real secret is that she gets to the farmer’s market early in the morning.

  8. 30 days ago on Frazz

    Not to disagree with the esteemed Philosopher, but the fossil record shows that there were many eggs before chickens evolved.

  9. about 1 month ago on Frazz
    … and the children are happy because they have lots of Lapps.
  10. about 1 month ago on Frazz

    This is different from watching sports on TV, how?