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  1. 7 months ago on That is Priceless

    “Wo die Sonne scheint nicht”…

  2. 9 months ago on In the Bleachers

    My story and I’m sticking to it… :)

  3. 9 months ago on Marmaduke

    This actually happened to us, except with our little Shelty. She worshiped the full-sized collie next door and would dig under the fence to go over and join him. Once, Animal Control followed her back to our house and knocked on the door. He shouted “There she is and gave her a ticket.” Being the attorney I am, I told my wife she didn’t have to give her up and never do it again… :)

  4. 11 months ago on Last Kiss

    Look forward to it every day it publishes – and I’m old enough to remember the originals. Reminds me of the 1950s… :)

  5. about 1 year ago on That is Priceless

    You converted the strip into a Möbius strip… :)

  6. almost 2 years ago on Breaking Cat News

    This story is a reprise of the same she did back before she got syndicated, with minor changes. I was a little skeptical as to why Tommy couldn’t find his way home at first. Then I realized that our present cat arrived here from 10-12 miles away across much traffic. Her owner placed a laminated poster in our mailbox. She had been gone three weeks. However, when she saw how happy she was in our three wooded acres, she gave Gracie to us. Gracie was really coming home to her mountaintop. She has little relatives all over this neighborhood, all of them with a black marking behind the left back knee… :)

  7. almost 3 years ago on Close to Home

    This happened without the powder in Cherokee, NC. The NPS was having trouble with poaching in the Park and left out a dummy deer in a meadow by the transmountain road. When shots rang out, they flooded the area with light. The culprits? The Cherokee police…

  8. about 3 years ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    To me, it means that their language has been inadequately studied and is poorly understood. It reminds me of the Hawaiian language as alphabetized by missionaries. One native speaker, years later, used a diphthong which the Anglo listener thought was not in the syllabary. When the white listener remarked that the sound was not one possessed by native speakers, the native commented “No, it was the missionaries who decided we did not have it.” I suspect a similar case here…

  9. about 3 years ago on Breaking Cat News

    Our beloved Maine Coon, who passed two years ago, was led to our house and shown the food dish by a mystery cat, who disappeared, never to be seen again…