Cidu Bill on Jan 14th 2014
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Cidu Bill on Jan 29th 2013
Cidu Bill on Jan 20th 2013
Keera: This is a new comic, dro-mo, and today’s made me LOL. I just love the nerdy guy on the washing machine!
Filed in Bill Bickel, Bill Watterson, Calvin and Hobbes, Comics That Made Us Laugh Out Loud, Cornered, Dro-Mo, Mark Parisi, Mike Baldwin, New Yorker, Off the Mark, comic strips, comics, humor, lol | 8 responses so far
Cidu Bill on Jan 10th 2013
Filed in Bill Bickel, Bill Watterson, Brevity, CIDU, Calvin and Hobbes, Cheers, Comics That Made Us Laugh Out Loud, Guy & Rodd & Dan, Hey Geezers! Comics!, comic strips, comics, humor, lol | 29 responses so far
Cidu Bill on Jan 3rd 2013
Morris Keesan: Either a nicely done homage to Calvin and Hobbes, or else a sign that Wiley has no sense of comics history:
Cidu Bill on Dec 31st 2012
Going through my mess of a hard drive, I came across a ton of LOLs I might or might not have posted here; so I’m going to just post all of them and then delete them from my computer and start fresh. I figure even if only a third of them are really “new,” that’s still going make a pretty good collection.
Filed in 9 to 5, Adam Huber, Argyle Sweater, B.C., Bill Amend, Bill Bickel, Bill Watterson, Bizarro, Bug Martini, Calvin and Hobbes, Comics That Made Us Laugh Out Loud, Cornered, Cyanide and Happiness, Dan Piraro, Dave Blazek, Dave Coverly, Dilbert, Fox Trot, Greg Evans, Leigh Rubin, Lio, Loose Parts, Luann, Mark Tatulli, Mike Baldwin, Mutt and Jeff, New Yorker, Non Sequitur, Pardon My Planet, Rhymes With Orange, Rina Piccolo, Rubes, Scott Adams, Scott Hilburn, Sherman's Lagoon, Speed Bump, Tina's Groove, Tweety Pie, Vic Lee, Wiley Miller, comic strips, comics, humor, lol, xkcd | 49 responses so far
Cidu Bill on Jul 4th 2012
Cidu Bill on Feb 26th 2012
Filed in Bill Amend, Bill Bickel, Buni, Calvin and Hobbes, Comics That Made Us Laugh Out Loud, Darby Conley, Fox Trot, Garfield, Get Fuzzy, Jim Davis, New Yorker, comic strips, comics, humor, lol | 22 responses so far
Cidu Bill on Dec 19th 2011
(Lifted from Nicole’s Facebook page)
Cidu Bill on Jul 8th 2011
Cidu Bill on Jun 6th 2011
Cidu Bill on Apr 30th 2011
I don’t think we’re quite at the point where you have to be a geezer to know what a roll of film is, but people under a certain age aren’t really going to “get” the whole “photos are expensive” concept.
In 1999, I took my son to the New York International Auto Show for the first time (though he’d been going to smaller shows since he was 3 years old). He went through 19 rolls of film. That’s film plus developing.
I bought my first digital camera just before the 2000 show, realizing I’d pretty much save the price of the camera after only two shows.
Cidu Bill on Feb 6th 2011
Filed in Andy Capp, Argyle Sweater, Arlo and Janis, Bill Bickel, Calvin and Hobbes, Comics That Made Us Laugh Out Loud, Dilbert, Jackson Pollock, Jimmy Johnson, Mark Parisi, Off the Mark, Pictionary, Scott Hilburn, Snoopy, Wheel of Fortune, art, comic strips, comics, humor, lol, xkcd | 35 responses so far
Cidu Bill on May 24th 2010
I am still in shock over how mind-bogglingly awful last night’s Lost finale was — especially since for a show that’s essentially a multi-year puzzle, the final episode makes or breaks the entire run. Still, this is where to discuss that.
Just to get the ashen taste out of my mouth, I’m reposting the 2008 discussion about best endings…
(Warning: Even though this is the wrong thread for discussions of the Lost finale, there are in fact spoilers below) Continue Reading »
Filed in Bill Bickel, Bob Newhart, Calvin and Hobbes, Far Side, Frumpy the Clown, Fugitive, Judd Winick, Lost, Magnum P.I., Preteena, Sledge Hammer, St. Elsewhere, comic strips, comics, humor, television | 73 responses so far
Cidu Bill on Dec 11th 2009
Cidu Bill on Jun 2nd 2008
Filed in Bill Bickel, Calvin and Hobbes, Cow and Boy, David Willis, Days of Thunder, Hillary Clinton, New Yorker, Robert Lovely, Shortpacked, barbecue, comic strips, comics, comics that made us laugh out loud, lol, xkcd | 19 responses so far