Excite should be in there, if only because the second largest search engine (at the time) passed up the opportunity to buy Google for $750,000. http://www.internethistorypodcast.com/2014/11/the-real-reason-excite-turned-down-buying-google-for-750000-in-1999/
This doesn’t seem to match either of the letters in Hax’s column https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/carolyn-hax-premarital-sex-isnt-the-issue-a-lack-of-self-knowledge-is/2018/08/27/f494091a-a4b0-11e8-a656-943eefab5daf_story.html?utm_term=.e73ee24b0586
Not really. All those comments have given a lot of publicity to this new version.
I think I’ll wait to celebrate until all this wonderful stuff actually happens. We don’t have an actual EU agreement. NATO hasn’t actually ramped up spending from the Obama era plans. North Korea hasn’t denuclearized — even building more missiles. (etc.)
Good to see bitter old first wife Mom back. I don’t think she’s been in the strip for a long time.
But with good memories from all that Prevagen.
My favorite part of Incredibles 2 was the raccoon scene.
I don’t get it either. The middle thing in a triathalon is the bike portion, which would seem to be Frazz’s favorite (definitely not the swim). And of the 3 things mentioned, chocolate ice cream is the one in the middle.
The Time-Life building in Chicago (now renamed) had separate elevators for the upper and lower floors. Plus, the elevators were two story: the lower story went to the odd floors, the upper story went to the even floors. So basically you had 4 elevator choices and 3 of them wouldn’t get you where you wanted to go.
The two story elevators confused visitors all the time, and they seemed only marginally more efficient. I don’t recall seeing another building with them.
Heck, Dilbert doesn’t even have a mouth.