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  1. Darwinskeeper commented on HUBRIS! about 1 hour ago

    I wonder about the expression of the woman in the second to last panel. I remember her being on the Sportsmart Outdoorsfest team, that she may have been a witch and that she was a director of marketing (or something like that). Was she upset that Lowell was thrown under the bus or not?

  2. Darwinskeeper commented on Skin Horse about 1 hour ago

    Ahhh…so we have an ancestor of Narbonic’s Lupin Madblood. Its fitting that this Madblood created Moustachio, his descendant was also into robotics.

  3. Darwinskeeper commented on Endtown about 1 hour ago

    It will be interesting to see what the bottle does to Phil. While I respect your medical opinion and it seems likely that the glass shouldn’t go deep enough to kill, I have a feeling that this will be Phil’s poetic end. We may see on Friday.

  4. Darwinskeeper commented on HUBRIS! 1 day ago

    In the real world it would be but I’m guessing that Greg will keep him around for years to come.

  5. Darwinskeeper commented on Frazz 1 day ago

    Same here. My guess was either the caffeine or the fact that coffee tastes bitter if you drink it black. I still can’t stand the taste of black coffee, but then a little cream and sugar does wonders for the stuff.

  6. Darwinskeeper commented on Skin Horse 1 day ago

    Unity provided an interesting answer to the question of humanity living in harmony with the children of science.

  7. Darwinskeeper commented on Endtown 1 day ago

    Maybe if Phil’s gloves had the laces tied with bows, then he could use his teeth to pull the strings and do a quick unlacing.

  8. Darwinskeeper commented on Endtown 2 days ago

    What about a certain schismed undead racoon god?

  9. Darwinskeeper commented on Endtown 2 days ago

    And Phil might very well learn how sharp rodent incisors are.

  10. Darwinskeeper commented on Connie to the Wonnie 2 days ago

    I’m generally glad that people cannot read my mind.