The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn for February 26, 2024

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    ronaldspence  3 months ago

    talk about razor burn!

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    Ratkin  3 months ago

    It was a big (de)capital investment.

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    Superfrog  3 months ago

    Cutting edge technology.

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    Jesy Bertz Premium Member 3 months ago

    Gillette Guillotines were given out free. They made their money on the blades.

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    Jayalexander  3 months ago

    King Gillette was a real persons name.

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    nosirrom  3 months ago

    Gillette him tinker and see what you get?

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    phritzg Premium Member 3 months ago

    Considering the different methods of execution, Curly said it best: “A hot stake is better than a cold chop”.

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    paul  3 months ago

    Isn’t that a Gilletine™?

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    markkahler52  3 months ago

    Wilkinson is so green with Envy!!

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    iggyman  3 months ago

    Unkindest cut of all!

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    Studebaker Hoch  3 months ago

    It’s a far, far better shave that I get, than I have ever gotten.

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    Mainesailah Premium Member 3 months ago

    Given the guillotine, why does he need the axe?

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    Direwolf  3 months ago

    Don’t know who might remember but SNL did a skit waaaay back in the 70s. They had just come out with the 2 bladed razor and this skit satirized it by having razors with 2, 3, 4, even 5 bladed razors. It was hilarious…at the time. At the time no one would have believed that they would actually do it.

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    Steamboat307  3 months ago

    The best a man can get

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    potfarmer  3 months ago

    Give me my double edge.

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    Slowly, he turned...  3 months ago

    This cartoon had me on edge, I must say.

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    Funniguy  3 months ago

    Waiting for the Norelco version.

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    mourdac Premium Member 3 months ago

    LOL, great strip, Scott.

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    Nuliajuk  3 months ago

    If it’s so good, what does he need the ax for?

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    uniquename  3 months ago

    Boy, the commercial for this must be really lovely.

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    wongo  3 months ago

    The executioner was Igor Gillette!

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    walstib Premium Member 3 months ago

    In spite of all those blades, the executioner shows that manscaping wasn’t a thing yet.

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    philwinn  3 months ago

    Funny

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    Angry Indeed  3 months ago

    His cousin, Manfred Popeel took that concept to the kitchen with his early Veg-O-Matic line which made swift work out of heads of cabbage!

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    DaBump Premium Member 3 months ago

    LOL, don’t know who started the multi-blade razor thing, but I know Gillette started back in the single-blade (not counting the edge on each side) days and that was good enough for men for a long time. Some of the razors these days are ridiculous.

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    elvisgirl3  3 months ago

    Politicians peep hole! I bet they could see what they were doing wrong from there. If only for a few seconds! 100% No repeat offenders.

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    skyriderwest  3 months ago

    And he’s holding an executioner’s axe, because ???

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    fkanderson Premium Member 3 months ago

    Hilburn, you are a sick hump. Love your work.

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    ladykat  3 months ago

    LOL!

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    Frank Burns Eats Worms  3 months ago

    The reign of King Camp Gillette was truly cutting-edge.

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    christelisbetty  3 months ago

    Sounds like a Cliff Clavin “fact”.

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    CougarAllen  3 months ago

    BORING FACT CHECK — DO NOT READ

    Not really many centuries ago. The guillotine was adopted in 1789.

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    stamps  3 months ago

    So why does the executioner need an axe then?

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    anomaly  3 months ago

    Not really a concern back then. I once saw an antique executioner’s axe and it was as sharp as a club.

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    Doug K  3 months ago

    Just cut a little off the top.

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    prrdh  3 months ago

    Cleaner than a cutthroat blade?

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    jasonsnakelover  3 months ago

    One time I had six blades altogether.

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    Richard S Russell Premium Member 3 months ago

    Grew a beard as soon as I could, never looked back, never regretted it.

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    Lablubber   3 months ago

    Tis the worst a man can get.

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    zeexenon  3 months ago

    And provides very thin sliced meat for your werewolves.

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    vacman  3 months ago

    For a really close shave…

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    Bilan  3 months ago

    Why would the King care about how clean the cut is when it’s somebody he hates so much that he’s having them killed?

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    Chris Sherlock  3 months ago

    How are ya fixed for blades?

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    gopher gofer  3 months ago

    just wait ’til he starts his guillotine cream pitch…

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    paullp Premium Member 3 months ago

    Obviously this clever innovation came into popularity after Nearly-Headless Nick acquired his moniker.

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