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  1. almost 7 years ago on Andy Capp


  2. almost 8 years ago on Arlo and Janis


  3. over 8 years ago on Geech

    The answer to the partial (and totally) blacked-out comic strip is as follows:

    This strip was written by the late Jerry Bittle. He passed away from a heart attack in 2003 at the age of 53.

    In 2003 and earlier, dial-up was often used to upload things to the Internet. Some of you will recall how the connection was often lost. If it was lost while uploading a photo, a partial photo was the result — and since it loaded from the top down, the part of the photo visible was the upper portion. The rest was either gray or black.

    These early uploads of the Geech comic are all GoComics has possession of. They have weeded out some that are incomprehensible with too much blacked out; others are allowed to stay, since the dialog is still funny, even without part of the drawing.

    And there’s the explanation, finally posted early enough in the day that readers might see it! :-)

  4. almost 9 years ago on Peanuts


  5. over 11 years ago on Alley Oop

    And if you do get back to Moo and turn off the time machine there, how will you get back here?

  6. about 12 years ago on [Deleted]

    Neither do I.

  7. over 12 years ago on For Better or For Worse

    “They aren’t destructive,” he says. “They aren’t destructive” ??!!! (mouth agape) I, too have daughters, sons, granddaughters, and grandsons. (still staring at the computer screen in astonishment) “They aren’t destructive” !

  8. over 12 years ago on [Deleted]

    That’s using your spaghetti, Ralph. (bettah?)

  9. about 14 years ago on Gasoline Alley

    Joe, ignore the idiot (who did name himself appropriately, at least). I like calendars, too – pretty ones, with beautiful pictures. And I’m thankful for Independence Day, too.

  10. about 14 years ago on For Better or For Worse

    Just wash rolled-up socks… dry them… tuck them into drawers. Whoever did it … will quit. Trust me.