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  1. about 5 hours ago on Dick Tracy

    pschearer: I hope so! It’s kind of a return to the glory days of Dick Tracy!

    As for the story, many commented yesterday about the lack of Dick Tracy in his own strip. Today ought to fix that. Hopefully, tomorrow we’ll return to Aquarius and Tiger Lilly.

    After all, Dollar Bill is no longer where the action is at!

  2. about 5 hours ago on Luann

    Who was it? BJ or Tyge? Who said G&K love to have it “both ways.”

    That they can constantly tease us that hanky panky is going on.

    But never allow their characters to engage therein.

    Perhaps the raciest scene we had was Luann in Gunther’s room – the only other time a window escape was in order.

    And if it’s Gunther once again, what happened to Bets?

  3. about 5 hours ago on Prickly City

    I guess we’re finally catching up to 06-Jan-21.

    (Noting not just the dumpster fire, but the smashed electronics in the lower left)

  4. about 5 hours ago on Pearls Before Swine

    pearlsbs: Copyright stamp is 2017, so you’re right. It is a repeat.

  5. 1 day ago on Luann

    As someone trying to learn Spanish and German, all I can say about Google Translate is, take with a grain of salt.

  6. 2 days ago on Dick Tracy

    Interesting that the censors have allowed a bit of violence to return to the once rock-em sock-em world of Dick Tracy.

  7. 2 days ago on Prickly City

    I know I’m going to regret this, but here goes anyway:

    Surely, you can tell the difference between trying to put out fires and breaking out the marshmallows?

    And, from what we can tell now, the outgoing are the cowards. More than one news source suggests that more, even many Republicans would like to not just impeach, but convict Trump, but have already received death threats.

    As far as the practicality of convicting Trump when, in fact, he’s already gone, well, that’s Republicans’ fault, as well. They are the ones who decided it was better to just “run out the clock” rather than demonstrate that bad behavior by a president can actually have consequences.

    Indeed, after four years of totally ignoring all the outrageous things he did, only proved to him that he could always get away with more.

    Yes, in that sense, I suppose Trump did learn his lesson. With his fate in the hands of the Republican Senate, he learned that there was practically nothing he would be held accountable for.

    America will pay for the sins of Trump, certainly for Biden’s term. And probably the rest of my life.

  8. 2 days ago on Luann

    K C: Cites great artwork in today’s installment.

    kenhense: Muses that this week’s behavior, especially today’s, without additional context, may well explain why Tiffany is boy-less.

    I concur with both.

  9. 2 days ago on Luann

    She translate her own comment, and it appears as the first “response” in her thread.

    Personally, I think she is doing us a great service.

  10. 3 days ago on Prickly City

    Got to get that both-sides-ism in there.

    Still hearing about that 74 M (got the right decimal this time), more than any other president ever got.

    Still no mention about the guy who got 80 M. What is that? Chopped liver?

    Oh, yeah. I forgot. Last time it was something like 70 M to 74 M, and guess who went to the White House? Not the woman who, herself, had just broken the same record that this last guy broke – and still came in SECOND.

    National Popular Vote!

    And if Republicans think that this would mean the end to getting into the White House, perhaps a dose of the same medicine they keep preaching at us: Come up with policies that people might like.

    Not just more ways to make people’s vote not count.