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The Dallas Morning News is on its way. Less and less everyday.
Some of Watterson’s all-time strips were with Calvin and his snow creations. The zombies attacking helpless snowmen that had expressions of horror on their faces were hilarious. He never should have retired this strip.
Lavon, Texas in the late 70s
I believe that there are over 40 Republicans on the three committees that are interviewing these witnesses. This includes Jim Jordan from Ohio, one of Trump’s die hard enablers. So how are the Republicans left out of the process?
Tiff’s character is turning into something of Downton Abbey’s Lady Edith. Julian Fellows said that every time he was recognized in public some little old lady was begging him to write a script that would make Edith’s life more enjoyable. At the end of the series, he did just that. She married up. Maybe Tiff’s knight in shining armor will soon appear. At least hopeless fanatics can hope so.
Getting close to four months since this first ran. Has he died? Retired? There is no way in the world a political cartoonist can run out of material these days.
“Soft kitty, warm kitty, little ball of fur…” Got Sheldon through tough times; maybe the same for Tif. Not too much drama in this strip any more.
Kimmy used to go berserk every time I mentioned the possibility of Quill returning to this strip. It’s been years; I’m resolved to the fact that she was correct.
Live near any of the newly erected Mitch McConnell billboards?