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  1. Lorenzo Browncoat commented on Frazz 1 day ago

    I don’t care about the MONTHS, but I’d like to see a calendar with 8 day WEEKS. Much simpler for shift workers, and people who must have continuous coverage of their jobs.

  2. Lorenzo Browncoat commented on Liberty Meadows 3 days ago

    Yepper, just caught that. I saw something written on the engine, couldn’t read it, clicked on magnify just to see, “What’s that?” and Hooray!

  3. Lorenzo Browncoat commented on Doonesbury 5 days ago

    Kaf, you left out advising him to wear his camo suit and tin foil helmet…

  4. Lorenzo Browncoat commented on Get Fuzzy 9 days ago

    AH, yes. Found it.

    " The game’s afoot. Follow your spirit, and upon this charge, cry, “God for Harry, England and Saint George!”.

    No wonder it’s forgettable, almost a throwaway line before the big climax.

  5. Lorenzo Browncoat commented on La Cucaracha 9 days ago

    I have never been convinced of the necessity of measles vaccination. The percentages of serious outcomes are TINY. I do agree with the necessity of the other vaccinations— DPT, tetanus, polio, small pox in its time. But it’s law here in Calif, I let myself be shot up, had my kids done. One less problem to worry about,at very small cost.

  6. Lorenzo Browncoat commented on Get Fuzzy 10 days ago

    Zoicks!
    I should remember this, but,I associate, “The games afoot,” with Sherlock Holmes. Must be from Shakespeare or S.P. wouldn’t quote it, but where? Maybe one of the Richards or Henrys?

  7. Lorenzo Browncoat commented on La Cucaracha 12 days ago

    I’ve stayed out of this argument, but there are 2 points:

    Indie himself admits that Lalo misses the essential element, " the internet."

    Second point, newspaper editors, and possibly websites, value Lalo’s work highly enough to pay him for it.

  8. Lorenzo Browncoat commented on Frazz about 1 month ago

    Ah, yes. I hadn’t read Get Fuzzy yet this morning…

  9. Lorenzo Browncoat commented on Frazz about 1 month ago

    Caulfield’s sculpture technique is the opposite of Michaelangelo’.s. Mike started with a block of stone, and removed excess. Caulfield starts with a handful of snow and adds more.

  10. Lorenzo Browncoat commented on Liberty Meadows about 1 month ago

    Thanx, Sandflea. I never understood that rule when I was taught it, many years ago. And I’ve rarely seen an example of the usage. But there it was, and “effected” just doesn’t look right.