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  1. corzak commented on Doonesbury 12 days ago

    “The tanning story lines are clearly the dullest reruns”

    Then you don’t need to comment on every single one, right?

  2. corzak commented on Brewster Rockit 14 days ago

    Hah! First time I’ve seen a trilobite pun in use !

  3. corzak commented on Brewster Rockit 15 days ago

    In a Precambrian diet, you eat like the Ediacara biota did. Lie perfectly still in nutrient-rich seawater and absorb all your nutrition through your skin.

  4. corzak commented on Doonesbury about 1 month ago

    That’s what we had conventionally thought, for many years. But new evidence indicates “light skin evolved not to adjust to the lower-light conditions in Europe compared with Africa, but instead to the new diet that emerged after the agricultural revolution”

    see 7,000-Year-Old Human Bones Suggest New Date for Light-Skin Gene

  5. corzak commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 2 months ago

    laugh. Nice regurgitation of Jonah Goldberg – Glenn Beck idiocy.

  6. corzak commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 2 months ago

    Better roll a “six”, Queen.

  7. corzak commented on The Argyle Sweater 2 months ago

    Laugh! The shoe – now on other foot.

    Nevertheless, recipe boy is unquestionably a troll.

  8. corzak commented on Pearls Before Swine 3 months ago

    Historically, we know from exhaustive research of archival court records, that in early 21st century societies there was a very high casualty rate among the not-watching-where-going segments of the urban population.

  9. corzak commented on Doonesbury 4 months ago

    “Their Guns Were About To Be Taken Away. That We Were Going To Be Turned Socialist. That sharia Law Was Going To Be Imposed.”

    Lol. Don’t forget the FEMA camps, Benghazi, the “death panels”, “no one will sign up” , Benghazi, “Obama’s private army to destroy Nevada rancher” . . .

  10. corzak commented on Tom Toles 4 months ago

    If you don’t ‘believe’ in global warming, then it’s simple: just don’t ‘believe’ in drought.