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Hi! I would like to be able to read all of the strips that ran prior to 2003. The books I was able to locate were selections only. Are there books or someplace that they can all be found?
How can I get a copy of the 11/3/2005 strip where Opal tells Nelson “Absolutely Not!! I already told you-no ice cream and that’s final. Nelson: But Gramma, I didn’t ask for any ice cream. Opal: Oh, I’m sorry, Nelson, I didn’t see you there, I was just talking to myself?
I checked on that date and it’s not that strip. If you can check again on the date I’ll try again.
I am writing for two reasons: 1) is it possible to get a copy of a strip from August 6th, uncertain of what year but probably in the last 2 or 3. The first frame of the strip says, “You say you and I were having an argument inside your head.” 2) I would like permission to use this particular strip in a book. Thanks.
Try this: http://www.gocomics.com/pickles/2014/08/06
Earl and Opel were walking on a path and she fell in a hole. I can’t remember the words that Earl said some thing like worrying about the wrong thing, can you help me?
Sept 13, 2015 strip; the discussion is about Cold Slaw vs Cole Slaw.
Growing up in a German American family; it was Kohl Slaw. Kohl being the German word for cabbage.
Thanks for that information, John.
Dear Brian, I am definitely a fan of your comic strip and have shared several on facebook recently. I have to say my most favorite to date, is about Earl and Opal going through her meds. and mentions that she has no need for Roscoe’s De-wormer. We have a dog named Roscoe and that morning I had purchased his De-wormer. We got a kick out of ! We really enjoy the comic strip, especially when it includes Roscoe. Our Roscoe is getting old and has been the most faithful, reliable friend we could have ever asked for. This may be his last winter with us. Thank you again, JoAnna
We have enjoyed your comic strip for years. We have volunteered in Family History for years. We were recently doing some training for Family History consultants and one of the brought a strip dated 7-15 to the class. It ends with the quote “Geez! peer pressure is nothing compared to ancestor pressure.” I am wondering if we may have permission to use it in our training presentations? If so, were would I find a link to that? Keep up the great work!
It’s probably a couple of years old, but there’s a comic strip from a Sunday paper where Opal asks Earl to unclog the kitchen sink because she’d clogged it with eggshells. When he tried to get her to admit she’d made a mistake doing that, her response was “I don’t make mistakes. I create challenges for problem solving, and opportunities for service.” I work in a computer help desk and I’d like to get a reprint of that (my copy is very yellowed) to frame and hang in my office.
My Grandparents really enjoy your reading your comics every morning and remind me very much of Earl and Opal. It’s my Grandpa’s 80th birthday in a couple weeks and I would like to use your comics in my speech. I’ve been trying to find the comic strip of Earl and Opal discussing quilting, but haven’t been able to find it online. Would you be able to send any comic strips where Earl and Opal discuss quilting?
Thank you very much!
Can you email me a copy of the Pickles which appeared earlier this week…it was about getting up early. Thank you so much! Sharon
Hello, Brian…How can I get a copy of the strip about Earl making a greeting card for Opal, and calling her ‘Sweat’ Pea instead of ‘Sweet’ Pea? It’s a terrific indictment of the computerized spell check function. I want to send it to an author who has asked me to review her manuscript. She needs to see it!
Thanks so much!
Is there any way to access a strip from 1996? Specifically the one from June 25th? It is my favorite Pickles strip of all time because I can never keep anything from my wife, just like Earl.
I will try to email you a copy.
I can’t find my copy of when Nelson is talking to his Jewish friend about how many presents each of them gets at Christmas/holiday time. Can I get a copy. Thank you.
I don’t remember when that one was published. You’d have to give me an approximate date for me to have any chance of finding it.
Brian, great strip! Thanks. I think one of my favorite series was a week where Opal and Earl were going back and forth about something (don’t remember what) and his conclusion was to take his hair clippers to the pink fuzzy toilet seat cover. Hilarious! I’d love to read those few panels again.
Looking for one of the really old comics where Nelson shows Earl his Easter chocolate eggs. Earl then goes into graphic detail about how the eggs are produced. Last frame shows Opal chastising Earl for eating Nelson’s chocolate, and he explains that Nelson didn’t want it.
I need to find the strip of the grandparents giving each other a high five when grandkids left. I want to frame it for my parents as a gift. How can I get a copy?
Thank you in advance
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