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  1. tsandl commented on Over the Hedge about 14 hours ago

    They call it climate change because they believe adding greenhouse gases to the air will cause weather to become more chaotic.
    Yes, they are predicting greater unpredictability. If they’re wrong, that just proves them right.

  2. tsandl commented on Strange Brew 1 day ago

    Celiac disease is very real, as are other forms of gluten and wheat intolerance, but there’s also a ridiculous dietary fad going on right now. I know two people who have been diagnosed by doctors with celiac disease, but I also know at least a dozen who have either self-diagnosed themselves with “gluten sensitivity” or have simply bought into the idea that gluten free = healthier. I even saw one of these hypochondriacs happily munching on complimentary breadsticks while waiting for his gluten-free entree. The real celiacs are more annoyed by these faddists than anyone else I know.

  3. tsandl commented on Brewster Rockit 7 days ago

    They sure seem to be in a hurry to get married. I bet she already has a bun in the oven.

  4. tsandl commented on Brewster Rockit 8 days ago

    Is that Java the Hutt?

  5. tsandl commented on Andertoons 10 days ago

    What about a fire escape pitch?

  6. tsandl commented on Working Daze 15 days ago

    Yeah, well you dereference null pointers and confuse “=” with “==” in your debugging code!

  7. tsandl commented on Working Daze 22 days ago

    Whenever I’m feeling down, I can always count on John and Scott to put a smile on my face, and I can always count on SoRW to remind me that my life isn’t nearly as depressing as it could be. Thanks guys.

  8. tsandl commented on Peanuts 22 days ago

    Morris & Whitcomb didn’t publish their book until ‘61, so young earth creationism hadn’t really gained much traction when this cartoon was published. Before that, gap theory and day-age were the dominant interpretations.

  9. tsandl commented on Thatababy 26 days ago

    These days, the radio’s crammed with pre-programmed vocals.

  10. tsandl commented on Brewster Rockit 29 days ago

    Well, the atom itself is a bit more complex than little lumps flying in nice, neat circles around other little lumps, but that raises the question: are we standing on a rung of Wittgenstein’s ladder, or hovering just above it?