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  1. about 3 years ago on Wallace the Brave

    Transmogrifiers. The kid knows his classics.

  2. over 3 years ago on Bo Nanas

    Someone knows how to spell aluminium! Yay! :)

  3. over 3 years ago on Pearls Before Swine

    Aaaaand everybody walked straight into the trap Stephan set up, obviously.

  4. over 3 years ago on Pearls Before Swine

    In fact, Jef makes a living as a cartoonist. Look for “Frazz” here on GoComics. He and Stephan are either fake arch enemies, or Stephan really hates Jef’s guts. I can never figure that out.

  5. over 3 years ago on The Norm Classics

    Fifteen years old.

  6. over 3 years ago on Stone Soup Classics

    “Familiararity”. I’ll have to steal that word.

  7. over 3 years ago on Arlo and Janis

    Correction: it was a thick Scottish accent, and I just found it on The Tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWMDuRZBnnw

  8. over 3 years ago on Arlo and Janis

    I remember a satiric rendition of the Rawhide theme song. I seem to remember that it was sung with a heavy Irish accent, and where it got to the “Cut ’em in, Ride ’em out, Ride ’em in, Cut ’em out” bit, this was followed up by someone responding “Make yer bloody mind up!” My sides still ache when I think of hearing that.

  9. over 3 years ago on Pearls Before Swine

    Or… it’s one of these: https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/A2LmFiRWTiKkL2iIJA7C/convert?rotate=exif

  10. over 3 years ago on Arlo and Janis

    Y2K was fun. We spent two periods of a week each to run loads of sandbox tests. There was an old telexing program, written in Pascal and still in use at some large sites, that went tits up. One of them paid us a ton to fix them. So we did.During the last test, in December 1999, nothing went wrong. On Dec. 31 (a Friday), we went home at about three in the afternoon. Nobody was worried. I kept my phone on, and logged in remotely half an hour after midnight. All was well. Come Monday, we returned to the office. Business as usual.