Then you’re not looking very hard. The © symbol is just befor “1991” between panels two and three.
“Never said you can’t have fun because you don’t celebrate Halloween.”
Yes, you did. Many times, in fact. For just one example, scroll up a few comments in this thread, and you’ll see that you stated “Still want to know if you are ever happy.” Go up a little further and you’ll see “Just curious: Does anything make you happy?” And that’s just in this thread. You’ve either said or implied it multiple times in the past couple of days. You are a sad, sad person, and obviously lead a very sad life. You said you had looked up my profile. Well, I looked at yours, and six of the past ten comments you made (as of this morning when I checked it out) were personal attacks against me. The other four fairly neutral. There was no humor or any other form of fun in a single one of your posts. Then I took a look at my profile. Two of the last ten comments at the time (as of this moring) were replies to personal attacks by you, 5 were basically neutral comments, and three were intended to be humerous (although I doubt that you actually understand that concept). I am not the one with emotional problems. You are the one that seems obsessed with how much fun I have. Is that because you have so little yourself?
I will pray for you. You obviously need it.
I like her names better, too.
Me get over it? You’re the one who is obsessed with how I have fun. You are the one that is claiming that I can’t possibly have any fun, because I don’t celebrate Halloween. You are just like the teenagers I knew back in the seventies. Just like they couldn’t understand that other people could have fun without getting drunk, you can’t understand that other people have fun in a different way than you. You are the one who commented " Still want to know if you are ever happy." I replied to that, and you are the one who complaines about the reply. Then you tell me to get over it
Here’s something for you to think about. When I said that I don’t celebrate Halloween, you immediately assumed that I cannot have any fun. That implies that, just like the people in my story above, you have only one way of having fun, which in your case is celebrating Halloween. That, in turn, implies that you are only able to have fun once a year. But, even though neither you nor anybody else has asked whether there are other holidays that I do celebrate, I will give you the benefit of the doubt and assume that you celebrate other holidays as well. If we count all the major holidays that people in general celebrate in the United States, and assume that, as somebody said in the other thread (I don’t remember whether it was you or someobdy else), that you celebrate on average one birthday every month, that that would make about 25 days of celebrations every year, or about 2 every month. Just like everybody else, I sometimes experience days when I am sick, tired, when something bad has happened (e.g. if someone I know has died) or for some other reason I am not happy. But on average, I would say that I have fun closer to 25 days a month than 25 days a year, like you imply for yourself.
I think you must live a very sad life. I feel sorry for you.
Sheep don’t shrink when they get wet, so why do woolen clothes shrink in the wash?
That silhouette looks somewhat familliar.
If everything else is said to taste like chicken, what does chicken taste like the first time you try it?
Obviously, but why “Wiggles”?
Seven bucks?… Well, to be fair, this was 50 years ago. It would be quite a bit more today.