"Cathy" Comic Strip to End Its Run

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"Cathy" Comic Strip to End Its Run

Postby d.yaro » Thu Aug 12, 2010 9:35 pm

I did read that comic strip when I used to buy newspapers at work. I found them to be amusing and good for a light chuckle. Better than today's Garfield but not in the class of zany stuff like Get Fuzzy.
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Re: "Cathy" Comic Strip to End Its Run

Postby Bonham » Thu Aug 12, 2010 11:26 pm

Hopefully Family Circus is next. (My attitude towards that is so low that I don't even italicize it.)

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Re: "Cathy" Comic Strip to End Its Run

Postby Sukunai » Fri Aug 13, 2010 7:38 pm

Used to do the graveyard shift at a convenience store, naturally that meant reading the comics.

Always liked this one among a few regulars.
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Re: "Cathy" Comic Strip to End Its Run

Postby classicalzawa » Tue Aug 17, 2010 9:21 am

Thank god, Cathy has always pissed me off as a comic, it's like "women buy shoes and act bitchy and/or whiny about it" I mean wtf? As a female, this comic has always offended me and I'm glad to see it go.

I would probably say I want Garfield to end too, but Garfield minus Garfield can be pretty awesome so I'll let it slide. Family Circus can go jump off a cliff though.

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