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Ready for another trip around ol' Sol? Me, too.

A hearty thanks to all those generous folks who sought my work this year and left comments that make this site so fun to run. I wish everyone an inspiring and energetic 2010!

Comments (30)

Doc Al:

That doesn't look like a martini glass! Happy New Year, John.


At least "getting your ducks in a row" is easier than "herding cats". Might make your new year a little easier.


Right back at 'cha John! Oh, and watch where you step!


Happy New Year, John, and also to all your regular commentors (tormentors?). It has been a great year seeing your drawings and reading the commentary.


Happy New Year everybody!

God bless us, every one.

Yet Another Bill:

I would have preferred saying this in person over a beer and a story, but this will have to do. Have a great New Year John

Dr. Bob:

Happy New Year All!


Happy New Year to all my friends here!

P.S. Went to a party last night. Was great! All of a sudden I turn around and there he was (smelled him first actually). Green hair, smudged make up, brown stain on his rear end, and a big bulge under his coat. Yup, they'd hired Flinchy as the entertainment. What a small world.


That's " Just Ducky.."


If Flinchy was there, you better check your wallet!

Shalom from Jerusalem:

To John and the guys, I wish each you a very fun and successful 2010.

Yocheved "Yo" Menashe


I know this is trivial, but:

Am I the only person annoyed by all of the media dipsticks talking about the "new decade"?

Why is it so hard for people to get the fact that there was no "zero year"--& decades, centuries, & millenia begin on years with a "one" in the "ones" placeholder & only end at the END of a year that has a "zero" in the "ones" placeholder?

I think people who can't even COUNT using the "base 10" number system should be disqualified from voting.

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