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  1. Say What? commented on Non Sequitur about 5 hours ago

    Whatever. I said take it anyway you want.

  2. Say What? commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 10 hours ago

    As Calvin exits, stage left.

  3. Say What? commented on Arlo and Janis about 10 hours ago

    By the looks of things, Gene doesn’t want more suggestions, he wants a tall, cold drink.

  4. Say What? commented on Non Sequitur about 11 hours ago

    “You can introduce radiation and chemicals to their environment to encourage genetic damage to create mutations, but that doesn’t seem to work either.”
    -——————-
    Actually, UC Berkeley published a study to show it can. The tomcods of the Hudson River evolved a resistance to the pollutant PCB that General Electric dumped into the river for decades until it was banned in 1979. Here’s the link I found:

    http://evolution.berkeley.edu/evolibrary/news/110301_pcbresistantcod

    Take it anyway you want, but it was an interesting read. The last paragraph relates to what you have been saying.

  5. Say What? commented on Non Sequitur about 12 hours ago

    I was wondering when Joe was going to get around to that. Maybe he just needed to finish his drink first.

  6. Say What? commented on Arlo and Janis 1 day ago

    Some people mix the cement in a bucket, stick the pole in the bucket, and then bury the bucket when the cement dries to make the pole stand up straight out of the ground with a foundation. Whether that’s correct or not, I don’t know, I’m not a builder, either.

  7. Say What? commented on Non Sequitur 1 day ago

    Depends on who you ask. Stereotypes are often images and generalizations are often statements, but they can work hand-in-hand. And I have seen that meme before.

  8. Say What? commented on Non Sequitur 1 day ago

    Generalizations tend to make thinking easier, but not often for the better.

  9. Say What? commented on Arlo and Janis 2 days ago

    “Meg’s Eggs”, huh? That’d be a fun logo to design.

  10. Say What? commented on Non Sequitur 2 days ago

    What exoticdoc seems to be claiming likely goes back to the supposedly inarguable Word of God and how upsetting it is that so many people have the nerve to question its authority rather than accept it as absolute truth, as if the all-knowing and forgiving Creator is somehow afraid of questions.