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  1. about 14 years ago on Stone Soup International Sundays

    How to handle a restless child: Step one: line a closet with velcro. Step two: sew child a matching velcro body suit. Step three: lock child in closet.

  2. over 14 years ago on In the Sticks

    2% is a high rate?

  3. over 14 years ago on Barkeater Lake

    Agreed. Barkeater Lake is a much more entertaining strip even when it jumps the shark. The characters are more sharply drawn and distinct. I can practically hear their voices in my head as I read. Elderberries is changing fast though. Looks more like Corey and there are new characters. It’s not at all the strip it was years ago when I stopped reading it. : -)) As for Toby, Morris Gumboot might be a promise that other BL characters could migrate.

  4. over 14 years ago on Matt Davies

    Second day in a row Walt has ended up in Matt’s strip and it’s happened before. I wonder why it’s always Walt?

  5. over 14 years ago on Chris Britt

    What does illinois politics have to do with Pennsylvania?

  6. over 15 years ago on John Deering


    laughs and points

  7. over 15 years ago on Matt Davies


    That’s exactly what the President and the Majority should do the next time the Minority insists on dictating terms and then screws up legislation. “Go ahead, punk. Filibuster and make my day.”

  8. over 15 years ago on Stuart Carlson

    Since the end of WWII, every democratic President has left the national debt either less than or the same as he found it as a % of GOP. In that some period, every Republican President except Nixon has left the debt higher when he left office. In the case of Ford, Reagan and the two Bushes, the increases were enormous.

    Again we see Repbulican knee jerk reactions to Dem spending while they completely disregard the atrocious and wasteful spending of their own party when it was in power.

  9. over 15 years ago on Tony Auth

    I’m so disappointed. I was really hoping Burris was a good guy who got caught in the crossfire. Now it turns out he’s just as crooked as Blagojevich and just as much a liar as well.

  10. over 15 years ago on Nick Anderson

    chromosome says: “Agree with the general theme of the cartoon, but Detroit automakers were selling people the things they wanted until fairly recently… I doubt if people would have bought many little cars a couple of years ago.”

    Not so fast. What people wanted was high quality small and midsized vehicles that were comfortable and/or fun to drive and/or easy on gas.

    When Detroit built small and midsized cars they cheap and none of the above.

    Consider A Toyota Avalon or any Lexus. The best Cadillac can seem to do is build huge, boxy square things stuck all over with chrome that are about as sexy as your grandma’s stained underwear.