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  1. 3 days ago on Shoe

    Only if it is cooked correctly. Nice and crisp, not this half cooked limp garbage everyone seems to want put on things or wrap around something. If you are going to wrap something in bacon fine, but then make sure the bacon is cooked crisp and not soggy and limp.

  2. 3 days ago on Frazz

    Or just likes messing with his teacher.

  3. 6 days ago on Shoe

    I find it strange when those saying it have no clue about what my service actually entailed my doing. I’m Vietnam Era and these people have no clue if my service was about Natural Disaster Recovery here in the States or going overseas to destroy some poor villagers’ meager homes. I was fortunate to be sent elsewhere instead of Vietnam, but due the Army’s lack of math skills the Air Force had to change my Tech School and career path over what it started out to be. One of my other people in my shop get deployed to Cleanup Jonestown after that disaster hit the news. Don’t envy him at all. I did my turn at Humanitarian Service when I was deployed to assist with cleanup of one of the atolls where we did some of the atomic bomb testing. US Government told the people “OK, it is back like we found it. You can move back and start growing crops again.” Almost as good as when we got told there is a “Magic” line across the lagoon and the radiation won’t cross it. You are on the safe side and don’t need any protective gear.

  4. 6 days ago on Shoe

    This something relatively new? I spent 13.5 years in the Military and never heard of it. Of course that was also ages ago in the last century.

  5. 7 days ago on Arlo and Janis

    As the primary cook when I still had a family, I have read the Riot Act to them when they went the whole day of 110 decree weather without eating and then waited until I had finished cooking a decent dinner for all, only to have them say “It is too hot to eat, can we just got to Wendy’s for fries and a Frosty?” They should have told me that when I got home from work and they saw me start to get things together to cook dinner. Not 45 minutes later when it was ready for them to sit down to eat.

  6. 7 days ago on Working Daze

    Scott, thank you for taking the time to reply. I agree that a polite, or even not so polite, “Please Don’t” should be sufficient to stop others from doing as was done here. Also good to see that people can use the images appropriately as well.

  7. 8 days ago on Working Daze

    @Scott/John, I know that this type of thing happens a lot in comics that are not comic books or “Visual Novels”, but considering the way some people or groups of people call “Copyright Infringement” at the drop of a hat, is there some special arrangement between comic strip artists and creators that allows the use of images that cause almost “everyone” to know who the imported character is supposed to be? While not exactly identical to the other artist’s drawing of their character, most of you are really, really good at drawing these characters to the point where at first glance they could be mistaken for the work of the original creator. Or is just a matter of comic strip creators and artists not having such thin skin about it, as long as the copyist is not trying to make a mass commercial success with the copying that was done? I can’t remember ever hearing of a law suit over someone doing what you did here. Or am I just so old that my memory is getting bad?

  8. 8 days ago on Arlo and Janis

    Janis might just be concerned that if he does spoil it, he won’t feel like cooking and then she will have to try fixing “Dinner for 1”

  9. 10 days ago on Pearls Before Swine

    Or garbage that one of your other divisions creates.

  10. 12 days ago on Working Daze

    Sorry about causing confusion. I wasn’t asking about the comic, but what is this mic drop thing supposed to mean.