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  1. 24 days ago on Wallace the Brave

    His head is too misshapen to fit into the hood. That, or his ears don’t get cold.

  2. 3 months ago on Prickly City

    My husband said he had no hope for the country anymore. I said I believed in the American people to do the right thing. This is one time I’m really glad I was right.

  3. 4 months ago on Prickly City


  4. 4 months ago on Overboard

    Not to mention the momentary frenzy and loss of mental faculties when those two know they’re not going to get their ice cream for months.

  5. 5 months ago on Wallace the Brave

    I like that the doppelganger has an eagle instead of a seagull.

  6. 6 months ago on Get Fuzzy

    Plus, he does have whack inventions.

  7. 6 months ago on Wallace the Brave

    I wonder who let the seagull in…

  8. 7 months ago on Overboard

    Preaching to the choir here. Cincinnati used to have two daily papers — the Post and the Enquirer. They merged and are now owned by Gannett. The Post used to carry info about Northern Kentucky, where we live. Because of the merger and the change in ownership, very little info on either side of the Ohio is reported.

    They got rid of all the journalists that had been there for quite a while and replaced them with young, new outsiders who knew nothing about the area. These newbies try, but they miss the mark in my book. There may be one giant article about someone’s basement getting flooded out. They’ve gotten rid of all the specialist writers — no art critic, no religious columnist, for example. They still have a sports columnist, but he’s retiring. I don’t know if they’ll replace him.

    Papers should be a public service, much like the news programs on t.v. (not cable). Those were to provide a service, not turn a profit. But, as we all know, it always about the money, public be d**ned.

  9. 7 months ago on Non Sequitur

    Even more relevant today…heavy sigh.

  10. 8 months ago on Overboard

    We had a rottweiler who hated squirrels. Fast forward to the day a black cat moved into the house. The rottie wasn’t too sure about it at first, that is, until I heard a commotion on the front porch. Seems the cat had caught a squirrel and had laid it at the feet of the dog. The rottie couldn’t believe it — she looked at me, then at the squirrel, then at the cat, then back at me, while all the time the cat just lay there with a smug look on its fact (if a cat can do that!). The dog decided the cat was a good addition to the family.