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    Cyburbian nerudite's avatar
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    Re: Re: I never bite the hand that feeds me...

    Originally posted by Mastiff


    Oh oh! Let's NOT go there...



    Wasn't that easy?! Was the big tub too much? They do sell smaller quantities... who knew licorice went stale?
    To normal people they may not go stale. But I'm very picky about my licorice whips.


    And okay... since you insist... I won't go there. Heh.

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    Re: Re: Re: I never bite the hand that feeds me...

    Originally posted by nerudite

    And okay... since you insist... I won't go there. Heh.
    Maybe later...
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    No special order:
    • Dilbert
    • Non Sequitur
    • Crock
    • B.C.
    • Wizard of Id
    • Close to Home (Houston Chronicle)
    • Political cartoons: LA Times - Michael Ramirez
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    PlannerGirl - You might me interested to know that the 'Love is...' cartoons have been appropriated by London Transort to 'advertise' good behaviour on public transport.

    Likes:
    • Marvel, DC and 2001AD comics (whenever I can be bothered to read them)
    • Far Side
    • Sluggy Freelance (I suggest reading this from the start if your going to read it, but it will take a long time. Lots of sf parodies)
    • User Friendly is computer geek humour, and again should really be read from the start.
    Glorious Technicolor, Breath-Taking CinemaScope and Stereophonic Sound!

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    Cyburbian nerudite's avatar
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    Not for the weak (or easily offended)...

    I used to read this comic strip online called Space Moose , which was published in the local college paper here in Edmonton (before I ever moved here). It's wicked funny in a deranged, misogynistic kind of way (not recommended on work computers).

    Here is one of the cleaner strips.


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    She obviously used the "ski jumper" technique, when she should have used the "jump away".

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    Ahh, Space Moose! great strip. Shame he seems to have given it up.
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    I've been into the Penthouse Comics recently...

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    Had to revive this thread after seeing today's Tank McNamara....football fans will appreciate this one.

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