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Toronto, Canada Somewhat over 30.

Recent Comments

  1. 5 days ago on How to Cat

    This is your Big Opportunity: go up to his face… and poke him gently with your finger until he wakes up.

  2. 7 days ago on Perry Bible Fellowship

    He’s a sharp dressed man.

  3. 13 days ago on Last Kiss

    “I just flew in from Montana, and, boy, are my arms tired!”

  4. 15 days ago on Dilbert Classics

    Obviously, all these execs have been let go. They don’t have the tall foreheads of the modern execs in the more recent Dilberts.

  5. 15 days ago on Liberty Meadows

    …with a fistfull of hundreds.

  6. 19 days ago on Texts From Mittens

    Blessed are the cheese-makers!

  7. 20 days ago on Bloom County

    From Wikipedia:A controversy erupted after a speech to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in September 1983, when Watt mocked affirmative action with his description of a department coal leasing panel: “I have a black, a woman, two Jews and a cripple. And we have talent.”

    Within three weeks of making this statement, on October 9, 1983, he announced his resignation

  8. 23 days ago on Randolph Itch, 2 a.m.

    Watch your fingers.

  9. 26 days ago on Perry Bible Fellowship

    Probably step-siblings judging by this strip.

  10. 26 days ago on Dilbert Classics

    A company named ‘Aerobie’ makes them. From Wikipedia:The 13 inch (33 cm) Aerobie Pro was used to set the Guinness World Record twice for the “longest throw of an object without any velocity-aiding feature”. The Aerobie’s first Guinness World Record was set by Scott Zimmerman at 1,257 feet (383 meters) in 1986 at Fort Funston, San Francisco. The 1986 record was broken by Erin Hemmings with a throw of 1,333 feet (406 meters) on July 14, 2003 at Fort Funston. Hemmings’ Aerobie was airborne for 30 seconds (not an official measurement) and was the first thrown object to break the quarter-mile barrier (402 meters or 1,320 feet).