Rhymes With Orange
October 8, 2001 12:03 PM   Subscribe

Rhymes With Orange was one of my favorite comic strips a few years ago, but when it stopped running regularly in my area I forgot all about it. Looks like it's being archived now. [more...]
posted by basmati (3 comments total)
Please view this, then have mercy on my soul (but delete with extreme prejudice) if this is a dp.

Sometimes it's insightful, and sometimes it's ridiculous, but I'm glad to find it again. Has anyone else lost access to something they enjoyed through traditional media channels, then later gained easier access via the web?
posted by basmati at 12:04 PM on October 8, 2001

Being a transplanted midwesterner in the big NY City I get all kinds of nostalgic for Garrison Keillor and his Prairie Home Companion. Minnesota Public Radio has archives back to January 1996. You can listen to Keillor talk about the the last presidental election going into extra innings or the joke shows without having to wait for April to roll around. My new favorite joke is What did the fish say when he swam into the concrete wall? (listen 2:37 start)
posted by Laurable at 1:14 PM on October 8, 2001

The Parking Lot Is Full used to run in one of those "underground" free papers... but I guess a comic like PLIF doesn't last very long in print. I was quite happy to re-find it on the internet.
posted by Newbornstranger at 5:34 PM on October 8, 2001

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