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orgblu10 December 12th, 2015 5:05pm

Were/are you a fan of The Far Side comics?

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clfs34 Florida
12/13/15 5:30 pm

I used to get their block desk calanders all the time. I miss them some.

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kjs Minnesota
12/12/15 5:50 pm

My favorite is where the sheep are having a party and "Henry Our party's a total chaos! No one knows when to eat, where to stand, what to...Oh thank goodness here comes a border collie.

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googer11 Minnesota
12/12/15 5:48 pm

HUGE fan. I still have a book of them, maybe two. Evolution of the stick man, metamorphosis, so many. I loved the science ones.

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4boot LaTrineodeur, MN
12/12/15 5:12 pm

Funniest comics of all time...

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Laserbeam Crazy bird lady
12/12/15 1:04 pm

Looked it up, seems funny enough.

cpaswr just say the letters
12/12/15 2:35 pm

Funny enough doesn't even begin to describe it.

CrzyChica
12/12/15 11:17 am

We have some of the Far Side books. Love them.

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pedwingeorge Benson IL
12/12/15 10:28 am

That guy was a genius

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suppressedID keep Summer safe
12/12/15 10:26 am

People who say no to this are science deniers or don't understand irony, or both.

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PoOtiUs SoCal
12/12/15 12:05 pm

Or have never heard of Far Side comics.

Laserbeam Crazy bird lady
12/12/15 12:59 pm

A quick google search shows the comic strip ran from 1980-1995. You expect millennials to know about everything from 20+ years ago?

suppressedID keep Summer safe
12/12/15 1:27 pm

A whole 20 years?!? That would indeed require more effort than most are willing to put in.

Then again, I'm biased. I'm aware of cultural icons - including comic strips - that date back far further than that.

Laserbeam Crazy bird lady
12/13/15 6:17 am

I'm familiar with the best comic strip of the era, that of course being Calvin and Hobbes. After that, I could take em or leave em.

Laserbeam Crazy bird lady
12/13/15 6:18 am

And I would never in a million years confuse a newspaper comic strip as a "cultural icon". Lol.

suppressedID keep Summer safe
12/13/15 10:07 am

I wasn't trying to sound elitist (but it came off that way). The Far sSide is a cultural icon from that era, and from what I've seen of you on here, Laser, you'd love it. Check it out.

cpaswr just say the letters
12/12/15 10:18 am

I saw the complete Far Side at Costco for $60.

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