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most times i get crazy ideas i late nights and most times work out ferry well

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Goodhart (author)2007-12-15

One of my favs is The Far Side ( Gary Larson: Far Side Example)

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beado4ever (author)Goodhart2009-01-17

Seconded. Its a shame that none of the daily papers carried it but I've got a dozen 'galleries' to dip into occasionally. Oh and the best... got to be between Tintin and Asterix the Gaul. Started reading them both over 20 years ago and I'm still reading them now!

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Goodhart (author)beado4ever2009-03-10

The very first Far Side I ever encountered, I still think is the funniest one to me: two antlered deer are beside a mail box, the one reading a letter he got: Oh darn, another John Deer letter......I nearly fell out....

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Goodhart (author)Goodhart2007-12-27

Oh, I nearly forgot ! Over the Hedge is pretty funny. Over the Hedge

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ferrari484 (author)Goodhart2007-12-28

i never saw that movie but i think it's pretty funny to

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Goodhart (author)ferrari4842007-12-28

Yeah, the movie is too. The comic strip I believe is Canadian....

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ferrari484 (author)Goodhart2009-03-10

i have seen the movie now and it is fun to watch

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Goodhart (author)2009-01-16

"B.C.", "The Wizard of ID", & One big Happy are pretty good and Doonesbury, but I still like the older ones (mentioned by Nacho, was Pogo), The Katzenjammer Kids, Bringing up Father, etc.

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Goodhart (author)Goodhart2009-03-10

some of those are not around anymore....

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love garfield :D, only the 3rd movie of it is just stupid the other ones are great

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purduecer (author)LinuxH4x0r2009-01-19
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teamcoltra (author)2009-01-16
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DrWeird117 (author)2008-10-25

PBS(Pearls Before Swine), Boondocks, or Foxtrot.

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slimguy379 (author)2008-07-07

comic, or comic book / graphic novel ? I love x-men and the X-force and an occasional appearance from spider-man doesn't hurt!!!

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Goodhart (author)2007-12-28

I had a chance to view again, the old Astro-boy cartoons recently. Somehow I hadn't remembered that they were so politically oriented (the B/W ones anyways).

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canida (author)2007-12-28

I was a huge fan of the old Bloom County.
That, and Calvin & Hobbes are probably the best things ever.

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ferrari484 (author)2007-12-26

Donald duck and luky luke

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ferrari484 (author)ferrari4842007-12-28

oooo i forgot tom and jerry & spiderman

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crestind (author)2007-12-14
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cwid (author)crestind2007-12-27

definately, man calvin and hobbes hands down... exactly what I was gonna put

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guyfrom7up (author)crestind2007-12-27

I second that dilberts pretty funny too

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KentsOkay (author)2007-12-27
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Weissensteinburg (author)2007-12-26

I'm a fan of Mitch Hedberg

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. heehee smart aleck . Good one

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How am I being a smart aleck? Wait - do you mean because he died? *shakes head in a disapproving way*

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Bran (author)2007-12-14

Pearls before Swine or Get Fuzzy, it's a tough choice.

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Sunbanks (author)Bran2007-12-15

I prefer Pearls before Swine.

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Goodhart (author)NachoMahma2007-12-15

Oh I LOVE Pogo *lol*

One of my favs, was him coming on a junk pile in the woods and saying: We have met the enemy, and he is us ! (misquoting a famous line: We have met the enemy, and he is ours....

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