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  1. 6 days ago on The Norm Classics

    I’ve been using a wireless headset for many years now — even when I had a land line. Allows me to roam and have my hands free while talking on the phone.

  2. 10 days ago on Baby Blues

    Instead of a urinal, what they need is a Ferguson toilet (made famous by an episode of Married With Children).

  3. 28 days ago on Bear with Me

    If Telly Savalas made an extended guest appearance in the strip we could call it Bear w/ Maggot week. (the character he played in The Dirty Dozen).

  4. about 1 month ago on Barney & Clyde

    That info gradually came out in the strip during the first year or two. It wasn’t known at the beginning.

  5. about 1 month ago on Arlo and Janis

    And this spring Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama got hit regularly with tornadoes so it won’t be long before they’ll be included.

  6. about 2 months ago on Arlo and Janis

    My browser has an “inspect element” (or “inspect”, for firefox) on the right mouse menu. If your browser has it then you can put your cursor on the blank space and hit the inspect and it will show the HTML for that area: and that area has a class of “gc_top-advertising”. So, it’s definitely for ad delivery.

  7. 2 months ago on Pooch Cafe

    Those are presumed to be the dogs of 3 of Spider-man’s arch-enemies (if those enemies had dogs). The green one would be the dog of the Green Goblin. The one with tentacles would be the dog of Doc Octopus. And the other one is the dog of the Sandman. The original comic Spider-man had a lot of enemies so I assume that these were chosen because they would be the most recognizable. (Hard to say what the dogs of villains like Mysterio, Electro, the Vulture or Lizard would look like).

  8. 3 months ago on FoxTrot Classics

    Everything went smoothly for me in Calculus until I hit series solutions. That waylaid me. I didn’t understand series solutions until I got to complex analysis. Then, for some reason, it clicked in place. Even differential equations was relatively straightforward. Partial differentials, though, was a nightmare course.

  9. 3 months ago on Crankshaft

    The Flying Sorcerers is filled with tons of references to various Sci/Fi & Fantasy writers. The “as a mauve” bit was the pièce de résistance for the whole book.

  10. 3 months ago on Crankshaft

    Asimov always reminds me of a humorous novel (The Flying Sorcerers), written by David Gerrold and Larry Niven. The main character in the book is called Purple. Only at the end of the book do we find out that he is called Purple because it is a literal translation of “as a mauve”. Also, always been a fan of Asimov’s “shaggy dog” stories.