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  1. about 22 hours ago on Citizen Dog

    Not only is it grossly messy, but I never share my ice cream (hee, hee, mine, all mine!) If I run out of candy, I take down any decorations and turn off all the lights … sorry, kids, that’s all there is.

  2. about 22 hours ago on Adam@Home

    To make the assessment that Adam has no talent you must have read some of his work. Care to share your sources with the rest of us?

  3. 3 days ago on Rose is Rose

    Chocolate covered espresso beans!

  4. 4 days ago on Adam@Home

    When I was a teenager I would carve bars of soap with whatever was handy—tableware and popsicle sticks ground to various profiles on the sidewalk were most common. I may still have a rather nice horsehead carefully wrapped in keenix somewhere in one of my memory boxes … hmmm, maybe it’s time to sort through those boxes.

  5. 5 days ago on Clay Bennett

    Well, it is the third time they’ve done it. It’s become their go-to strategy when they can’t get their way. Sort of like a toddler who throws himself on the floor and starts screaming when denied something he wants. And if some people can’t pay their mortgage or get behind in their rent and get evicted … why should they care? Their homes and income are secure.

  6. 6 days ago on Bloom County

    I’m pretty sure God doesn’t want them either. Now, the other guy … that’s more likely! But not until they’ve done all the damage they can up here.

  7. 6 days ago on B.C.

    American Woodshop, on PBS, had an episode where the host harvested an Osage Orange tree that he and his wife had planted 15 years earlier. When it came down in a windstorm, he had a portable sawmill come out and slice it up into planks, which he later made into furniture.

  8. 6 days ago on Rose is Rose

    My all-time favorite, from the time I was 8 years old in 1952, is Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories, featuring the work of the incomparable Carl Barks. Even now, I have a big coffee table book of Uncle Scrooge that I occasionally reread and reawaken fond memories.

  9. 7 days ago on WuMo

    Sheep need to be sheared because it keeps them cool in the warmer months and reduces the risk of parasitic infestation and disease. If one year’s wool is not removed by shearing, the next year’s growth just adds to it, resulting in sheep that overheat in summer. They have greatly decreased mobility and are in much greater danger from fly-strike, all of which causes suffering and possible death. In other words, they don’t need to wear sweaters!

  10. 9 days ago on Wizard of Id

    Ah, but they can survive months of sub-zero temperatures accompanied by hurricane-force winds, with no food and while balancing an incubating egg on their feet! With all that, flying would be redundant!