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Sunday’s Best: Smaug Theory

Today’s FoxTrot by Bill Amend hits just the right notes.   (image from gocomics.com)

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Sunday’s Best: Banquet (Word) Problems

Today’s FoxTrot by Bill Amend: a nice reminder that winter banquet season is just around the corner.

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Foxtrot and the Fourth of May

Leave it to the Fox family to celebrate “Star Wars Day” well. Fans of the franchise have already pointed out that this is the last time “Star Wars Day” won’t be completely tainted by Disney, who now owns it all.  … Continue reading

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Jason Fox and the Crazy Signature

This Sunday’s FoxTrot was a great visual gag. Identity in the 21st century is a long list of likes.  And Jason’s list is quality: Star Wars, Star Trek, The Dark Knight, and (of course) Gandalf versus the Balrog from The … Continue reading

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Peter Fox and the Cooperation Continuum

Cooperation is a continuum.  In the healthy and acceptable center is the basic working together that we hear about from the moment we first walk (or are led kicking and screaming) into a classroom.  At the best end of the … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day Round-Up

Valentine’s Day is mostly over here in the islands.  Even still,  in the spirit of the day I pass on to you the best from the internet today (at least in my humble opinion). Donald Miller posted a quality ditty … Continue reading

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FoxTrot, While Waiting for The Hobbit

IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN: time to celebrate the release of a new Tolkien movie by Peter Jackson.  Even I must admit some trepidation with the thought: turning a “children’s novel” into a three-part movie.  But Jackson has earned … Continue reading

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The Domestic Dangers of Escalation

OUR CULTURE’S TENDENCY to start things as soon as possible can be both a blessing and a curse.  The summer movie season now starts the first weekend of May (thanks, Marvel), while the Christmas season now starts close to or … Continue reading

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