Ahhhhh! Finally. . .justice!!!!
Give it up . . . everybody’s got a story.
Really, Ralph? Really???? You’re talking about toning. . .
Sorry, Aunty, but one of my buddies and I already decided WE should to rule the world. . .it took just about an hour’s conversation yesterday to fix everything!!!! ;)
Thanks for the additional info. These people must be nuts: what the hell would I do with three random scrabble tiles???
Good one! But everybody else in this strip (pardon the pun) is clothed. . .sorta. . .
Thanks very much!!! Do you have any idea why we would get such different results for the address? I didn’t use Google Earth; I just used Bing. I’m not really knowledgeable about the different search engines. . .
He flouts Edith Head’s first rule of fashion: “If it’s ugly, cover it up.” He should, for others’ sake, at least wear a shirt. . . ;)
Thank gawd! Worst thing in the world for a wild animal is to be so cute that it attracts the attention of well—meaning humans. . .
We’ve got librarians across the country who have received death threats for allowing certain books to remain on the shelves. . .yesterday in our book club we got copies of the “Library Bill of Rights” from our librarian as well as copies of “The Freedom to Read Bill.” Both were adopted by the ALA on June 25,1953, and which have been revised and broadened as THINKING people have become more numerous. Also, there’s a four-page set of requirements that has to be fulfilled, and documents to complete, before a book can be banned. The book stays on the shelf until the book is officially banned. First query on the banned book form? “Have you read the book in its entirety?”