April 20th, 2006


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Thursday funnies:

Today's entry in the 4 Block World series on Steven Covey seminars.

Day By Day is about the Congresscritter from Georgia's 4th District.

Two from Cox & Forkum: A rerun from last year and a special for Earth Day. Be sure to read the article with the second one.

I was starting to worry about Eric Gustafson, a/k/a Carson Fire, but Winger has finally updated, and has another Earth Day tribute.

Attack Cartoons is about a recent celebrity birth about which summerlady could not care one bit.

Yesterday's Ipso Facto reminds me of my father-in-law, Joe, on his only daughter's birthday. Yes, today is Mrs. john_holton's birthday, and I will celebrate it by not seeing her until I get home late tonight.

Dilbert is about your reputation at the office.

Big Nate continues padding his school report. Anyone ever heard Tal Farlow's version of "Tea For Two"? He was incredible.

I haven't been able to figure out much about this week's Get Fuzzy, perhaps because I don't read "Pearls Before Swine". Should I?

My only reason for putting today's Luann in the list today is because of the second panel. I think I'd watch "CSI: Magic".

Unfit is pretty funny, knowing some of the chiropractors that I know. (We live near Life University, which is one of the larger chiropractic colleges in the country.)

Working Daze features more technical discussion with a non-technical manager.

I went and checked out today's Pearls Before Swine, and now I understand what Darby's been up to in "Get Fuzzy". Duh.

Anyway, I'm traveling tonight, and get in very early tomorrow. Comics will post when I can focus.

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Half a day in Beautiful Phoenix (and this time I really mean it; it's gorgeous here), then off to the airport for a 6:20 flight to Atlanta that gets in after midnight. Getaway day is always so sweet. Let's hope we don't have a recurrence of what happened yesterday.

I've decided that the only thing that makes USA Today worthwhile is the sudoku in the Life section.

I'm off to work. Talk to you tomorrow.