Big fan of Space Ghost (1966), and Calvin and Hobbes (1986).
Married, retired, no kids. Anything more would be superfluous.
That’s not an ant hill. If you dig a little, you’ll find the present a cat left behind.
It suddenly dawned on me. You’re LWP !
I think it’s the best one ever custom made and posted here, ever!
I took Astronomy courses in college and have continued to study astronomy for 44 years. I also tutor astronomy. That qualifies me to be able to call myself an astronomer.
BiggerNate91 said I would be able to reuse my Custom Comic of two days ago soon. It would appear that today is the day he was referring to, of which I took advantage of.
I am an astronomer. Do your homework! There is only one configuration possible which is the one I outlined above.
I made an illustration to prove my point.
The tilt of the crescent moon points to East. If you rotated C&H’s crescent moon 90 degrees clockwise, the sun would have to be up in the sky which would make it daytime and the sky wouldn’t be dark. The same for 180 degrees clockwise. If you rotated C&H’s crescent moon 90 degrees counter-clockwise, we would be looking towards the West and the Sun would have already set below the horizon and it would be early evening.
Then Calvin would have something for “Show and Tell”.
The sun is rising in the east, but still below the horizon, which is why the left (waning) crescent moon is rising in the predawn night sky.
See “Part Deux”.
Today’s Custom Comic, Part Deux