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Bryan said…
I'm not going to pick a favorite this time around as I like all of the Pope ones, especially the one with "It's a GUY thing." Oops, was that picking a favorite? Ach, well. Hey, it's good to see this back here. I know I've missed it anyway and I'm sure others have too.
nonamedufus said…
I debated whether or not to resume this and with this week's Pope cartoons I couldn't resist. I like the "Cardinals" one with the "guy thing" a close second.
Boom Boom Larew said…
Leave it to the papacy to bring back the Sunday Funnies! Lovin' the Cardinals and the Pope skates!
nonamedufus said…
The Catholic church has a real opportunity here to come into the 21st century. Too bad they won't capitalize on it.
Nicky said…
Stompin' Tom? Really? I hadn't heard. Nice to see the Sunday funnies again, Dufus. Does this mean we might eventually see the return of Pause, Ponder and Pun?
nonamedufus said…
Yep, Bud the Spud's six feet under. PPP? I dunno.
KZ said…
I feel bad for not knowing about this Stompin' Tom Connors until now. The North Korea stuff does have me a little bit concerned, by the way.
nonamedufus said…
Stompin' Tom was a Canadian institution. The North Korea stuff scares me too.

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