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  1. almost 9 years ago on Barney & Clyde

    “…more then twenty years ago…”

  2. almost 9 years ago on The Creeps

    You think you like peanut butter? Take a cup or so of raw peanuts, drizzle a bit of oil (peanut oil, naturally) and roast in the oven for a few minutes. A little salt, if you want. Try sa sprinkle of cinnamon. Grind, with a grinder or a food processor. You’ll never want to buy peanut butter again.

  3. almost 9 years ago on Eek!

    that’s Magen David. Mogen David is the company that makes wine.

  4. almost 9 years ago on New Adventures of Queen Victoria

    Isaac Asimov wrote some real howlers.

  5. almost 9 years ago on Andy Capp

    Had a raccoon den under our roof one year. Had to get animal control in to remove the little ones, and he put them up a small tree near an old abandoned barn some distance behind our house. The mama came back that night and carried them off to the barn where she usually denned. Our roof was warmer and she had found a way under the eaves that year. We put up metal flashing under the eaves and that kept the squirrels and raccoons out.

  6. almost 9 years ago on Minimum Security

    Unfortunately there has never in history been a socialist or communist or any similar political system that was a success. Invariably control is taken by those people willing to do whatever it takes to gain what they want, be it money, power, or fame, until eventually every single one of these systems failed.

  7. almost 9 years ago on Robbie and Bobby

    My favorite web hosting provider!

  8. almost 9 years ago on The Awkward Yeti

    Cheese? You have cheese? I’ll keep it from getting moldy for you!

  9. almost 9 years ago on New Adventures of Queen Victoria

    Bruno Zeigerts – reminds me of my father-in-law, a good ol’ Texas boy with a huge backyard barbeque, who used to say that he refused to eat “rabbit food”. He died rather messily from stomach cancer before he was 50.

  10. almost 9 years ago on Non Sequitur

    wrwallaceii – had the same thing happen to one of my kids, I subscribed to National Geographic and the Smithsonian magazine. The assignment was to fictionalize a real historical event. My kid wrote about the Boston Molasses Spill , involving going back in time and while not being able to prevent it, was able to delay it long enough so that it happened later in the day (as it actually did) so not as many people and schoolchildren were on the street to be killed. The teacher gave him an F, since it had to be a real historical event, and when he brought in the Smithsonian magazine to prove it, she told him he couldn’t bring that “religious” stuff to school.