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Rubes by Leigh Rubin for June 15, 2021

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    stevesilver48  3 months ago

    Thanks, Mr R. Any gastrointestinal trauma I experience today is on you. So to speak I mean! So to speak!

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    momofalex7  3 months ago

    Ouch!!

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    Digital Frog  3 months ago

    I wasn’t privy to the existence of those lesser known works.

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    STEPUP  3 months ago

    I’ll never be able to look at corn on the cob again!!!

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    Zykoic  3 months ago

    Normal in old Kentucky as I recall.

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    Anters55  3 months ago

    So apparently Tuesday is toilet paper day https://www.gocomics.com/looseparts/2021/06/15?ct=v&cti=1625677

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    Doug K  3 months ago

    “… inconsiderate ne’er-do-wells …” – that does not sound like Laura Ingalls Wilder.

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    mikeyman  3 months ago

    BYOCC

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    Herd of Turtles  3 months ago

    I thought that was her number two book.

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    jcwrocks69  3 months ago

    EWWW!

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    robolt  3 months ago

    Crapper crabber

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    santa72404  3 months ago

    That was my MORE REALISTIC name for that awful TV show, I had to flee screaming (in my head) every time it came on.

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    Gameguy49 Premium Member 3 months ago

    Oh, for those good old days of being “third on a cob”.

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    buer  3 months ago

    I can imagine what Laura Ingalls would use a corn cob for in such a place and such acoutrement, but, she being Laura Ingalls, I would have thought she only had use for the leaves…

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    perryed  3 months ago

    They are NOT reusable!

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member 3 months ago

    I grab a lightly used one in those circumstances. Evidently in days of old they used a sponge on a stick, kept in a common bucket. We have progressed after all.

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    HappyDog Premium Member 3 months ago

    The original source of the word cornhole.

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    Teto85 Premium Member 3 months ago

    To be followed by “Little House on the Putrid.”

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    stamps  3 months ago

    We had a saying about corn cobs back in the day: “Gets off all the new and some of the old.”

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    Lablubber   3 months ago

    I am not ordering cobb salad for lunch today.

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    cuzinron47  3 months ago

    Just use the Sears catalog handing on the wire.

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    Mentor397  3 months ago

    You’ll finally have to learn how to use the three seashells.

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    Rogers George Premium Member 3 months ago

    Hey! She said “all right” instead of “alright.” Good for her.

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    adrianrune  3 months ago

    There were two buckets. A large one of red corn cobs and a small one of white corn cobs. The white were used to verify you did a proper job with the red ones.

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    KEA  3 months ago

    If you think you have it rough… try reading Wilder’s ‘The Long Winter’, an accurate depiction of the winter of 1880-81. I did recently (after seeing a video about it on YouTube) and I’ll never bitch about anything again.

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    vsop  3 months ago

    Priceless.

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