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  1. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Alley Oop 2 days ago

    According to the inflation calculator at the link below, $1000.00 in 1942 is worth $14,485.83 today.
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    http://www.usinflationcalculator.com/

  2. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine 4 days ago

    “Gravity is a theory, too… why not find a nice, tall tower and test it out?”

    Apparently, you aren’t aware that there are actually several mainstream scientific theories about gravity. There is no “scientific concensus” about what gravity actually is, nor how it actually works. (There is the descriptive “Law of Gravity” — but, that doesn’t tell us what it is, nor how it works.) Gravity remains one of the great mysteries of science.
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    FWIW, I happen to be in the science camp on evolution vs. creationism. Your snarky, ill-informed commentary does not help the “science” side, that you purport to support.

  3. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Betty 6 days ago

    I completely empathize with Junior.

  4. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Alley Oop 10 days ago

    Here’s a simple solution for you — stop reading this strip for a while. Read something else. Go for a walk. Whatever.
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    Meanwhile, some of us have longer attention spans and more imagination — let us enjoy the story.

  5. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Alley Oop 10 days ago

    While it is a large amount of cash; it wouldn’t have been that unusual, back in the days before credit cards, etc. Men would carry enough cash around, to last a week or so, and to allow for unforeseen contingencies.
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    As a studio executive (even a decrepit studio), Kelter would likely have had a large “entertainment” budget, among other expenses. He would have needed a lot of “walking around” money.

  6. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Beardo 14 days ago

    Most dogs are cacaphiliacs.

  7. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Working Daze 20 days ago

    The odds against picking a perfect bracket are somewhere between 1 in 128 billion, and 1 in 9.2 quintillion (depending on who’s calculations you use.) That why Warren Buffet felt safe offering a billion dollars for a winning bracket last year.
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    http://www.businessinsider.com/odds-of-perfect-ncaa-buffett-bracket-2014-1

  8. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Betty 20 days ago

    Traditional venture-capital companies face high risks — and also have the potential of earning very high profits, from the start-ups that actually do succeed. It’s somewhat like a big lottery pool that way. In addition, V.C. firms often take significant management control over the start-ups they fund. If they’re good at what they do (and more than a little lucky), gains outweigh the losses.
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    Kickstarter offers the same high risks — without any upside potential. You fund Kickstarter projects if you believe they’ll work, and you want to be among the first to try out the new tech. Just be aware of the risks involved.

  9. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Alley Oop 22 days ago

    It’s wierd, I know; but, I only read comic strips that I like.

  10. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Monty 23 days ago

    L’il Sedgwick is in shock, from having his leg bitten off. He’s having difficulties distinguishing colors, at the moment.