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  1. I’ve never before seen the adage about lies and truth refer to pants; usually the truth has to put on its boots or shoes. Also, it was being told before Churchill was born.

  2. Powers, I think it’s just an oddly bulging eyebrow ridge. But I am also puzzled in the logic, or the tradition – – a firing squad doesn’t aim for the head, do they?

    I liked this Nick G. one also, after a run of them (on GoComics) where I thought I might be missing the point with the comic isolated from the advice column.

    I know that a plea of “no contest” is not exactly the counterpart of a jury verdict of “not proven”, but it is traditionally said that that verdict was available in Scottish courts, and both have a feeling of avoiding clear cut decision.

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