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The Last Mechanical Monster

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Edge of Adventure

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9 Chickweed Lane

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Non Sequitur

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Bloom County 2017

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Dark Side of the Horse

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C'est la Vie

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Alley Oop

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Over the Hedge

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By Garry Trudeau
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Frank and Ernest

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Ink Pen

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Stone Soup

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Rose is Rose

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Brewster Rockit

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Dogs of C-Kennel

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The Martian Confederacy

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By Greg Cravens
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Red and Rover

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The LeftyBosco Picture Show

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Frog Applause

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Calvin and Hobbes

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For Better or For Worse

By Lynn Johnston
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FoxTrot Classics

By Bill Amend
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Bloom County

By Berkeley Breathed
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Jane's World

By Paige Braddock
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New Adventures of Queen Victoria

By Pab Sungenis
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By Hadria Beth
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By Jim Unger
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Close to Home

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Last Kiss

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By Charles Boyce
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Pibgorn Sketches

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The Argyle Sweater

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Ballard Street

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Tim Eagan

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F Minus

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The Conjurers

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Human Cull

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Strange Brew

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Kid Beowulf

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Working Daze

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Little Nemo

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Recent Comments

  1. about 10 hours ago on Kevin Kallaugher

    ^What a load of BS! Funny thing, the “little creatures” are the ones who decimated those primal forests. The “little creatures” are the ones who drained the Aral Sea. And so on.

    As for the rest of your screed, it is even more BS. Drain the dams? Not bloody likely — unless the climate has altered enough that they no longer get enough water to store and are useless.

    France currently gets 75% of its electricity from nuclear reactors. The US? 20%. New reactor designs could be used to up that number. Some of them are even good at consuming spent fuel, reducing nuclear waste.

    Coal and gas provide about 66% of US electricity. Increase our nuclear use to 75% and then we only use gas and coal for 11%. Less with more wind and solar.

    Not burning our oil for fuel in the way we do now would be a good thing so in the future we might have it for useful purposes — like plastics. People disdain the use of electric cars, but they are getting better. And while the power to charge them is usually generated elsewhere, people forget that the reason gasoline is efficient is because much energy has been expended in taking crude oil and turning it into gasoline.

    Aircraft will still be around, but they will be more efficient. And perhaps hybrids.

    Population reduction would be nice, but with warming, it may come from starvation, as some of our food crops will not respond well to the increased heat. But maybe the Southeast US will be able to grow rice in the wetter climate there.

    Basically, all your screed is crap. And you call others alarmist?

  2. about 16 hours ago on Kevin Kallaugher

    Oh, and btw, the republican administration is trying to hide data from you if it refers to climate change. See the Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center:

    The deniers don’t want you to see this data. It might educate you.

  3. about 16 hours ago on Kevin Kallaugher

    Let’s be clear: the creation of individual storms do not prove global warming. They are always dependent on many conditions. And at this time, there is no clear, unambiguous sign that there is a significant increase in the strength and number of hurricanes.

    Arguing that any hurricane is proof of global warming is at the same level of nonsense as those who argue that their cold winter (maybe due to a “polar vortex” event) is proof that GW is fake. Don’t do it. It isn’t proof and the deniers love it when you do that. Stop making them happy!

    The average number of named storms from 1968 thru 2016 was 12, the average number of hurricanes about 6, and 2 major hurricanes per year. At this point (With Maria about to wallop the leeward islands), the count is 13, 7, and 4. (Harvey, Irma, “Lost his way” José & Maria)

    In May, the National Hurricane Center predicted an above-normal 2017 Atlantic hurricane season – with two to four storms Category 3 or stronger.

    They were able to do that because they based that forecast on the a number of factors, including above-normal ocean surface temperatures. And this is not an El Niño year.

    The proof of global warming is not in any hurricane, but in the actual global warming heating of the atmosphere and the oceans.

  4. about 20 hours ago on New Adventures of Queen Victoria

    An affliction.

  5. 1 day ago on New Adventures of Queen Victoria

    wait… most of those are adjectives, not nouns. So you need to make the first one Bigot, the second, Biased nincompoop, the 4th fanatic, etc Xenophobe, Narrow-Minded twit, etc etc

  6. 1 day ago on For Better or For Worse

    That’s what friends are for, right?

  7. 1 day ago on Frog Applause

    I dunno, if you butter the cat’s feet, will it try to lick its feet clean before righting itself? I mean, cats are very picky about stuff on their feet.

    There is, after all, the possibility that the cat, having righted itself first, lands on buttery paws, which slide every which way, leaving the cat to whack its chin.

    Or not….

  8. 1 day ago on HUBRIS!


    Hubris knows which button to press!

  9. 1 day ago on Non Sequitur

    Introduce her to Ralph Kramden… One of these days, Danae … Pow! Right over the moon!

  10. 1 day ago on Candorville

    Rome, the Catholic Church, and slavery: