The safety bicycle in stoneware.
Peter’s created an extradimensional space! It’s bigger on the inside than the outside.
I’ve never seen blackbirds eat anything in the garden except bugs.
Diamond is hard, but is brittle (or it couldn’t be cleaved). Graphite is very soft, being a hexagonal lattice of layers of carbon held together only by weak van der waals forces. (Although graphite schist is pretty cool stuff, it’s weak, too.)
They make great campfire and fireplace starters.
Some years ago I lit a Costco corn chip to see how long it would burn. Almost exactly 5 minutes.
Panel 4: “Your dates like tough raw meat that’s still bleeding? Lady, you sure can pick’em…”
“Programmed to give false testimony by the divorce settlement pros at Lye, Stihl, and Prophet.”
For Jason, it’s about computers. For Peter, it’s about feasting.
Mangus is certifiable to be out in the winter weather. (OK, OK, lame joke)
Here’s Warthog’s School of Wizardry and Sorcery: