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  1. about 3 hours ago on Non Sequitur

    True enough and now the Brits have their own version of the far right in Nigel Farage and his Reform Party, add in the LaPen’s blackshirts in France and the other alt right parties making gains in Europe and it is becoming obvious that a Trump victory could be the beginning of the end of western society as fascism spreads across our planet like a plague. Lets see if Biden brings his A game to the debate.

  2. about 3 hours ago on Heart of the City

    Heart certainly is a lot taller than Danae! Nice crossover strip Steenz!

  3. about 3 hours ago on Tank McNamara

    I saw Reggie on the Fox pre-game broadcast of that game from Rickwood Field earlier this week. Dude had some vivid memories of his experiences with the Birmingham A’s/Barons back in the ’60s. Now I understand how he developed such a good friendship with Rollie Fingers and Joe Rudi. They had his back unconditionally!

  4. about 4 hours ago on Peanuts

    That’s okay, Chuck’s ERA is probably infinite anyhow!

  5. about 4 hours ago on Peanuts

    Man that ball sure had a long hang time. Plus it looks like Chuck is coming from the opposite direction of the ball, a strong back draft from the outfield fences must have pushed it back ;). Chalk up another loss for Chuck as starting pitcher and manager.

    Question: did Chuck ever officially win a ball game? I know the team tended to win when Chuck was sick or otherwise unable to participate but I cannot recall a time he actually won except the time they had the short kid Rerun and he drew a bases loaded walk to win. However, Chuck soon learned Snoopy bet on the game and they had to forfeit for gambling, according to the “commish” at his bicycle repair shop…..

  6. about 4 hours ago on FoxTrot

    You are correct, I don’t think Estes carries anything big enough for their home made rocket, even if they put several in. Their F15 engines are powerful but will not have the thrust to launch a heavy carpet tube, that is for sure.

  7. about 4 hours ago on Luann

    I actually put my foot in my mouth when I was talking to a Wells Fargo rep about my 401K about 10 years back. He had a heavy Indian accent but he was pretty efficient and polite. Somehow I ended up asking him about an article I saw in the business section of the paper which said Wells Fargo was outsourcing 30K “Back office” jobs to India and Manila and was curious if he was one of the international crew. He surprisingly did not get offended and said that he was in the Dallas metro area and wished me a nice day after asking me if I needed any more info on my account.

  8. about 4 hours ago on Luann

    I remember my sister telling me that the old doctor my parents had back in the ‘60s did house calls and I actually got my first set of vaccinations at the house according to her though I was too young to remember. After he retired in the early ’70s, I remember the family doctor who gave physicals for sports and the like was a smoker, while he did not smoke heaters in the office, I do recall him stepping out on the patio/piazza in back of his office to light one up. According to my Dad, he was a regular at the VFW pub as well. Funny thing about this doc, my Dad said that he ironically advised my Dad to give up the Camels and Pops actually succeeded and did not smoke for the last 25 years of his life. Doctor Tate never gave up the heaters, he kept his office open until the late ’90s before retiring and he died in 2013 at the age of 90, of course he might have lived to 100 if he didn’t smoke……..

  9. about 23 hours ago on Home Free

    This happen to Gunther over on Luann Again with the help of that slacker Knute. I think he startednin Orange County and finished at the border into Tijuana. On the bright side he did say that “he shred his ‘Ollie’” but not in the right way if ya know what I mean ;)

  10. 2 days ago on Luann Againn

    Willie Nelson once said he remembers when a “nickel bag” indeed cost a nickel…..