Pickles by Brian Crane for September 03, 2023

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    thevideostoreguy  9 months ago

    *Please do not consult Earl for financial advice.

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    The dude from FL (not bragging) Premium Member 9 months ago

    I had to restring my WW, I went to youtube and one dude said to take it apart and do it, another said do it another way. I looked at my the bottom of the WW and it said line up the arrows and slide string through, EASY!

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    David Huie Green PrepareBeforeOrDispairAfter  9 months ago

    “Either way I win, my beloved.”

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    Ubintold  9 months ago

    Wishing won’t do it, saving will.

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    Macushlalondra  9 months ago

    The weed wacker wasn’t wacky enough? You’re wacky enough for both you and your wacker, Earl.

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    sarahbowl1 Premium Member 9 months ago

    At least Earl bought something useful!

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    oldthang  9 months ago

    Opal is not a pleasant person.

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    GoPickled Premium Member 9 months ago

    Earl just knew that his “Sad Puppy Eyes” trick wouldn’t work this time…

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    juicebruce  9 months ago

    Earl by chance did you teach this to the Federal Government ?

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    iggyman  9 months ago

    It’s no accomplishment to be the richest man in the cemetery!

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    jagedlo  9 months ago

    Really, Earl…you’re going with THAT line of reasoning?

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    Jingles  9 months ago

    this looks like a poke at our congressional old-folks home. need more money? go ridiculously (further) into debt. that sounds like a responsible thing to do. our US loan debts to Japan and China are frightening.

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    jasonsnakelover  9 months ago

    One time I had $131.

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    win.45mag  9 months ago

    $130 will just get you a cheap piece o’ crapola. Gotta shell out more like 250. Opal’s gonna shoot you, when you have to buy another one next week.

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    Zebrastripes  9 months ago

    Opal just got an idea..a shopping spree….

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    StevePappas  9 months ago

    “Not wacky enough” Nuff said .

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    IndyW  9 months ago

    Earl, try being transparent with your purchases with Opal before making it. Like my wife, she usually advises me to get a good one that will last.

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    rasputin's horoscope  9 months ago

    Past time for separate bank accounts.

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    LeftCoastBoomer Premium Member 9 months ago

    I wonder if it bothers Brian Crane that, every Sunday, one or more panels of this toon are omitted. The 1st – Earl asks "What’s that you’re doing, Opal? The 2nd – “I’m just checking on our accounts.” The basic jist is there without them, but I’m glad for my Sunday paper. My house is the only one on the block that has the paper delivered. Actual print newspapers are probably going to be extinct in the not-too-distant future.

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    oakie817  9 months ago

    remember don’t try this at home

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    ANIMAL  9 months ago

    Is that a THREAT..?????? ( LOL )

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    mistercatworks  9 months ago

    I guess the old whacker wasn’t funny any more after he accidentally cut off his sense of humor.

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    6foot6  9 months ago

    just for a weed whacker? I think Opal needs to back off just a little bit. my Weed Whacker kicked it a month ago. It’s a needed expense. Now is she where complaining about the uptick in ice cream consumption, she would have a much stronger case.

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    zeexenon  9 months ago

    Exactly Earl, but make sure all of your assets are protected from the pocket picking government.

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    tammyspeakslife Premium Member 9 months ago

    Take back the weed whacker and give Opal a pair of scissors and a stool to sit on while she trims the lawn.

    I actually did that once when my ex hubby refused to get a lawnmower. He laughed at me and went and borrowed one from the neighbor.. after which another tragedy took place.

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    donut reply  9 months ago

    Your only Ok if that million dollars in debt creates income big enough to pay the interest on the debt.

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    Angry Indeed Premium Member 9 months ago

    A few years back, I’d purchase a hand tool and my wife would ask why “we” need this and I’d reply that I need it for something I’m fixing. Fast forward to now, my wife has purchased an extensive collection of gardening and power tools for “fixing” things. Irony abounds.

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    The Fly Hunter  9 months ago

    It sounds logical to me.;)

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    pamela welch Premium Member 9 months ago

    Opal sounds like my Gramma; she was fairly frugal, probably from having to feed a family of 6 during the depression.

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    eced52  9 months ago

    Works for me, except my kids would have to pay it.

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    Mikey Jay  9 months ago

    A number of years ago a man in England had been diagnosed with AIDS. During the time the man had been told he was ill with the virus the prognosis had been grimmer. He thought that he was going to die. So he lived it up royally and went horrendously into deep debt. He went on a massive spending spree. He figured he’d never have to pay any of it back. However it turned out that his doctor had made a huge mistake—the man had not contracted AIDS.

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    reverendike  9 months ago

    Since when have we ever seen Earl out of the house actually doing some work? Since when have we ever seen Earl doing any work?

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