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Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson

Calvin and Hobbes

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  1. DreamScourge commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn about 21 hours ago

    Loving these all color strips Dana, they are bringing another layer of life to your already great art work, can’t wait to see some of these new characters too!

  2. DreamScourge commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn about 21 hours ago

    Slaps drosedrosedrose aross the cheek with his gauntlet. How dare you say Hobbes is not real, I challenge you to prove that he is not! For that matter I challenge you to prove that you and all you see is real and not just a figment of our imaginations ;-)

  3. DreamScourge commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 2 days ago

    The deleted scenes are for us to remember and cherish and for the various publication’s readers to envy us for ;-)

  4. DreamScourge commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 3 days ago

    Thanks for the beautiful picture and message Dana :-)

    And gratz on the launch.

  5. DreamScourge commented on Ollie and Quentin 4 days ago

    Woo Hoo! Naked lugworm running around the city ;-)

  6. DreamScourge commented on Broom Hilda 5 days ago

    OMG I really broke chat here… Oops

  7. DreamScourge commented on Broom Hilda 5 days ago

    *broke And the delete link is missing _

  8. DreamScourge commented on Broom Hilda 5 days ago

    Not sure why the above post brike

    http://www.ecosystemgardening.com/is-sugar-bad-for-hummingbirds.html

    DO NOT use that red-dyed hummingbird “food” you can get in the supermarket or garden store. It is thought to cause harm to both humans and hummingbirds and it’s just not worth risking that. Besides, it makes no difference in attracting hummingbirds and it’s expensive.

    DO NOT use honey to make nectar for hummingbirds. Honey ferments and causes a deadly bacterium in hummingbirds.

    Table sugar most closely resembles the nectar found in flowers. This is the feeding method of choice by every hummingbird researcher I know.

    It is very important to clean your feeders out frequently in the summer heat. The nectar can spoil in the heat and cause illness for the hummingbirds. Aim for every other day.

  9. DreamScourge commented on Broom Hilda 5 days ago

    http://www.ecosystemgardening.com/is-sugar-bad-for-hummingbirds.html

    DO NOT use that red-dyed hummingbird “food” you can get in the supermarket or garden store. It is thought to cause harm to both humans and hummingbirds and it’s just not worth risking that. Besides, it makes no difference in attracting hummingbirds and it’s expensive.

    DO NOT use honey to make nectar for hummingbirds. Honey ferments and causes a deadly bacterium in hummingbirds.

  10. Table sugar most closely resembles the nectar found in flowers. This is the feeding method of choice by every hummingbird researcher I know.

    It is very important to clean your feeders out frequently in the summer heat. The nectar can spoil in the heat and cause illness for the hummingbirds. Aim for every other day.

  • DreamScourge commented on Ollie and Quentin 6 days ago

    Ahh an antlered jellybean ;)