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  1. 21 days ago on Breaking Cat News

    Yes please! We know Georgia frequents the comment section and she loves you. Make it so, Number One!

  2. 23 days ago on Dog Eat Doug

    You’re in dire need of a hobby.

  3. 23 days ago on Breaking Cat News

    You all already are bad influences on me. Starting with Robin, who I specifically came looking for when I saw this comment.

  4. about 1 month ago on Pearls Before Swine

    I intended to mirror the comment that shows up in BCN from time to time about the probable correlation between a BCN strip and Georgia’s actual animals. In other words, I was trying to be funny, not to advocate for Stephan becoming an alcoholic.

  5. about 1 month ago on Pearls Before Swine

    I’m sure this strip has absolutely no relationship to Stephan’s actual creative process. None whatsoever.

  6. about 1 month ago on Pearls Before Swine

    You’re welcome to consult my response to @uniquename above for my dispute of your assertion that the two situations are unconnected.

  7. about 1 month ago on Pearls Before Swine

    I know, and it will probably surprise you to learn that I noticed that and it in fact altered my approach to the response I gave, since like many others, I had drawn the inference that there was an existing case which had resulted in a $250,000 fine.

    Nonetheless – and this will address his response to me – he referenced an existing case and concurrently mentioned the $250,000 fine, which certainly set up the inference to be made, a tactic nearly as old as time, just as my former customer called and asked for an extension on his payment arrangement while concurrently mentioning that he lived near xxx Creek and his mobile home had storm damage. Both statements were true. As well, he never said his home was unlivable, but the manner in which he presented his request clearly implied that inference, just as Ultra MAGA’s mention of a specific case and a $250,000 fine set up the inference that the two were connected.

  8. about 1 month ago on Pearls Before Swine

    A number of years ago, I worked for a “buy-here-pay-here” car dealership in a city that experienced a 500-year flood. Among other things, the flood destroyed an entire mobile-home park.

    A week later, a customer who had made a payment arrangement to get his loan caught up called and asked for an extension, saying his home had been destroyed by the flood. My coworker drove by his address (mobile home park a couple of miles away) and determined that his home was fully intact, save for a window that cracked after being struck by a wind-driven tree branch.

    His defense for making that statement: “Well, no, it wasn’t destroyed … but it could have been!”

    For some reason that story came to mind as I read your “righteously right” comment.

  9. about 1 month ago on Breaking Cat News

    I remember reading an article a number of years ago from a cat servant who interviewed an animal-behavior specialist and wondered about her cat, who constantly stuck his head over the food bowl, causing the food to fall on his head as she dispensed it, and wondered why he didn’t learn. She was told, “But he has learned. He’s learned that if he sticks his head over his bowl and food falls on his head, he gets to eat.”

  10. about 1 month ago on Lio

    I don’t even remember what picture I used on my dating profile. It must have worked, though, since I got a wife out of it.