Off the Mark by Mark Parisi for August 14, 2012

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    tuna1  about 10 years ago

    Really…Who isn’t?

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    chireef  about 10 years ago

    and howie is a germaphobe

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    TiffWHO  about 10 years ago

    @stripseeker

    In case you missed my response yesterday: J.K. stands for something or someone, and as for Bill Clinton and coming clean. You’re just setting yourself up for a punchline regarding a certain dress. Mark also set it up with a germ theme today… Nice.

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    stripseeker  about 10 years ago

    @J K

    Many thanks for your post of today and yesterday.Glad you didn’t mind my accusing you of being Bill Clinton, but knew by your response that you weren’ t offended by it . Kinda like Bill, but a bit disappointed in his exploits with women while married. Kind of think it’s best if you’re single-then, fine. Kind of felt for Hilary.Bill is a great spokesman for Obama, and a powerful speaker with a lot of appeal, a real asset for Obama.Monica sought to capitalise on the situation via TV appearances, etc. for awhile, but that attempt really fizzled for her.Best that restraint was exercised in the way of the joke-it would have been great,am sure-as this is a family strip.Hope that you may fill me in on JK standing for someone or something in a future post. Can’t figure this one out.

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    stripseeker  about 10 years ago

    @germ

    Considering the ruthless, brutal and genocidal tactics employed by Howie on your entire species, your phobia is completely understandable.

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    Boise Ed Premium Member about 10 years ago

    And I refuse to watch that hideous skinhead Mandel.

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    bmonk  about 10 years ago

    He’d better see a doctor about his cilliac disease.

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    cwreenactor  about 10 years ago

    Very funny.

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