For Better or For Worse by Lynn Johnston for August 16, 2022

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    Храм С.О.Д. (Templo S.U.D. ucraniano)  4 months ago

    specially when the men against each other are in your household.

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    capricorn9th  4 months ago

    Mike and Lawrence are no longer boys but young men

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    Fountowizdum  4 months ago

    The Battle of the Bug. Another endless war

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    GeorgeInAZ  4 months ago

    She has no idea what war is. Perhaps like those who declare some dessert “to die for.”

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    Enter.Name.Here  4 months ago

    In times of conflict or troubles we all work together (never forget 9/11 !)

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    RickTengle  4 months ago

    Greg learned from Men on Gardening on In Loving Color being the early 90s

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    RickTengle  4 months ago

    Did the Canadian Military have don’t ask don’t tell policy?

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    Johnnyrico  4 months ago

    Hey, when it comes to your plants, there are no holds barred…

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    Susan00100  4 months ago

    I have a friend who refuses to use chemical pesticides in his garden.

    As a result, every year, he has a problem with Japanese beetles!!

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    dcdete.  4 months ago

    Botrytis? Well as long as it’s Bo Derek au naturel in the garden, I wouldn’t mind what Bo tried this on the geraniums.

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    khmo  4 months ago

    The solution IS NOT to immediately head for the poisons!

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member 4 months ago

    Insects are on the decline due to all the spraying. Eventually it will just be another environmental disaster, especially with the bees. I let most bugs do their thing except for cabbage caterpillars and sawfly caterpillars. Even I have limits. Besides, I don’t think cabbage worms are in danger of extinction.

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    pheets  4 months ago

    Good to see Greg and Lawrence together on one thing anyway…

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    Autological  4 months ago

    No, it’s NOT impressive. Having survived the slave armies of America (i.e., the draft), I’m overjoyed to say I did not have the chance to be impressive.

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    walt1968pat Premium Member 4 months ago

    It IS funny, but dishonoring to those who actually served in life & death situations!

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    mourdac Premium Member 4 months ago

    I don’t need to worry about insects on flowers, the danged deer eat everything I don’t put behind a fence.

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    Daltongang Premium Member 4 months ago

    With my apologies to Mel Brooks.

    We’re men… we’re men in tights

    We roam around the garden

looking for fights.

    We’re men… we’re men in tights.

    We kill all the bugs

    that give our greenery the blight.

We may look like sissies,

    but watch what you say or else

we’ll put out your lights (PUNCH)

We’re men… we’re men in tights

    Always on guard defending

    the vegetations rights.




LA-LA LA-LA LA-LA LA (repeat)

    (We’re men… MANLY men

    We’re men in tights,


    We roam around the garden

looking for fights.

    We’re men, we’re We men in tights

    We kill all the bugs

    that give our greenery the blight.


    We may look like pansies,

but don’t get us wrong or else

    we’ll put out your lights (PUNCH)

We’re men… we’re men
 in tights

    TIGHTS tights

    Always on guard defending

the vegetation’s rights…

    When you’re infested with bugs

    call for the men in TIIIIIIIIIGHTS!!!!

    We’re butch!

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    mindjob  4 months ago

    Never sprayed for bugs, but then again I don’t grow vegetables

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    paranormal  4 months ago

    For a minute there I thought Michael got another job…

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    halvincobbes Premium Member 4 months ago

    If things aren’t eating your plants, it’s not part of the ecosystem. Team bug!

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    Long Island—1960’s.We were plagued with Japanese Beetles—-you could fill a jam jar with them in less than an hour.And thosethings ATe LeAVes!!

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    NaturLvr  4 months ago

    Trouble with chemicals is that they kill indiscriminately, all the beneficial insects along with the “pests”. Use ladybugs for aphids, pick Japanese beetles off and drop them in a bucket of soapy water, etc. It’s just too dang easy for folks to grab the poisons and spray anything and everything. The majority of people don’t use nor handle them properly. No wonder bees and butterflies are in jeopardy.

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 4 months ago

    Uh oh. I wonder if their using Round-Up?

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    mmmmary  4 months ago

    Good news! Elly and Connie got their legs back!

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    howtheduck  4 months ago

    Here is the last appearance of Greg Thomas for nine years. He has served his purpose by throwing out his daughters (successfully) and throwing out his step-son (unsuccessfully) and making Connie Poirier into an honest woman married to a rich guy (so now she matches Elly). A job well done Greg. Now there is no use for you. Good-bye!! Come back when you retire.

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    asrialfeeple  4 months ago

    Catterpilars turn into butterflies. Aphids can be battled with soapy water and/or ladybug larva.

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    mckeonfuneralhomebx  4 months ago

    Im betting on the bugs!

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    hagarthehorrible  4 months ago

    Men are fine till rhey stay out of the house for the whole day.

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