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  1. Bogy GoComics Pro Member commented on Endtown 6 days ago

    It’s not a virus causing a mutation, it’s the body evolving to survive. Those who are awake when the evolution takes place can’t handle it, and turn into a monster. Those who are asleep evolve into an animal. I realize, evolution is a mutation, some mutations are beneficial, some, not so much. And not everyone who evolves when they are asleep can handle it when they wake up.

  2. Bogy GoComics Pro Member commented on Arlo and Janis 10 days ago

    A good digital thermometer is crucial to good grilling. Even pork, chicken and ground beef are done to the point of killing off bacteria at a lower temperature than many people cook them “by sight.” The red stuff that runs out of rare beef is NOT blood. Most of the liquid in meat is water. The reddish color in meat and its juices is not caused by blood. It is the protein myoglobin dissolved in water. Myoglobin is found only in muscle, not in the blood stream. The blood was pretty much all drained out in the slaughter house. If the stuff on your plate when you sliced a steak was blood, it would be much darker, like human blood, and it would coagulate, like human blood.
    For me, the only time to cook any meat to a temperature higher than 160 is when it is going to be pulled. A pork shoulder will take about 12 hours cooked at about 225 until it reaches 203. It will sit at about 180 for up to 5 hours before it makes the last jump. And it will be one of the best things you have ever tasted. Dark crust on the outside, juicy on the inside. But who spends a lot of time thinking about these things anyway?

  3. Bogy GoComics Pro Member commented on Big Nate 17 days ago

    For a number of years I directed a middle school age summer camp for a week. With from 60 to 80 kids in attendance we would generally have 2 or maybe 3 precocious couples who we would have to keep under constant vigilance. Then there were the 10 to 20 kids who thought the other sex had cooties, or were otherwise totally oblivious to the fact there was another sex. In between were the majority who had figured out there was another sex, they were interested in that other sex, but they really had no idea what to do about it. Really only had to worry about the first group of 4 to 6 kids, and yes, in that group there would be at least one breakup during the week with all the attendant drama and angst that middle school age kids are so good at. Especially the (usually) dumped female, with tears and anguish, being consoled by a group of her friends, who cast dark looks at the scoundrel who dumped her, and the “floozy” he had dumped her for. Such fun.

  4. Bogy GoComics Pro Member commented on Rose is Rose 26 days ago

    Hard to use cash online.

  5. Bogy GoComics Pro Member commented on Luann about 1 month ago

    Its a rental, but Brad’s parents are the landlords.

  6. Bogy GoComics Pro Member commented on Arlo and Janis about 1 month ago

    Have there been other kids since they moved to the farm? Seems like kids used to hang around with her at the restaurant because of the leftovers.

  7. Bogy GoComics Pro Member commented on Betty about 1 month ago

    Lots of Pokemon hang out at church. Got three at mine right now.

  8. Bogy GoComics Pro Member commented on Betty about 1 month ago

    We have 3 Pokeman outside our house. Stream of kids outside all day. Tonight it was cars, including one not long ago about 11:30 pm.

  9. Bogy GoComics Pro Member commented on Endtown about 1 month ago

    Actually, this is the beginning. This is all some kind of weird flashback to how it all began.

  10. Bogy GoComics Pro Member commented on Drabble about 1 month ago

    My Rat Terrier eventually tears the stuffing out of his beds. I think it’s kind of a security thing, or a pacifier. He’ll lie there holding a piece of the bed in his mouth. He has two beds, one upstairs, the other downstairs. My wife found a bed made out of a rip-stop type material, the kind of stuff cloth chew toys are made out of. Of course he prefers the corduroy bed, and drags it around to wherever he wants to sleep.