Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Jon suspects that the fruitcake he received from Mrs. Feeney is the same fruitcake that she sent last year, which he threw away. Garfield offers to get a mallet and wooden stake. Fruitcake jokes, folks. This is what makes Garfield the most successful comic strip in the world: Jim Davis’s keen eye for cultural conventions that have escaped mockery.

New Adaptations for the Holiday Theatre Season DEATH OF A SNOWMAN
Downtrodden Frosty Loman runs a rubber hose from the gas to his corncob pipe.
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I Almost Googled My Life Away When I type "Google" into Google, I get back 817,000,000 results in just 0.11 seconds. You know what that is? That’s fucking fast.
Three Concerns about This Caption "Study: 11M Americans Can't Read This Story," by Ben Feller (AP), Metro New York, Dec. 16-18, 2005...

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