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Pearls Before Swine by Stephan Pastis

Pearls Before Swine

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  1. Heather Dunham GoComics Pro Member commented on Savage Chickens 4 months ago

    Angels in Manhattan, duh.

  2. Heather Dunham GoComics Pro Member commented on Brevity 8 months ago

    I’ve just sent this in to Comics I Don’t Understand.

  3. Heather Dunham GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville 11 months ago

    Oooooh, NOW I understand this week. Sweet.

  4. Heather Dunham GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville 12 months ago

    Yep — Lemont has a beard and the Star Trek logo on his shirt is upside down. This strip itself is in an alternate universe. Very clever.

  5. Heather Dunham GoComics Pro Member commented on MythTickle over 1 year ago

    ITS

  6. Heather Dunham GoComics Pro Member commented on Basic Instructions about 2 years ago

    TOO early, and in second panel, ITS!

  7. Heather Dunham GoComics Pro Member commented on Jen Sorensen over 2 years ago

    Many forms of food processing sap nutrients already. Even fresh veggies in groceries stores can be sapped from mass production methods, transportation and storage. White flour is ‘enriched’ in part in order to add back nutrients that were lost in processing.

    And in some towns, people are indeed getting fined for having home vegetable gardens. So half of this comic is already true…

  8. Heather Dunham GoComics Pro Member commented on Basic Instructions over 2 years ago

    Tonsillectomies aren’t commonly performed anymore and have nothing to do with strep throat… we now know that the tonsils are involved with the immune system, so they actually help you ‘get cured’. If this was a real situation “Scott” was in, he needs a new doctor. If he made it up for the comic, he needs to catch up on the science, because it actually makes it not all that funny. “Most of my tonsillectomy patients are 5 years old” would have been a good punchline in 1970, but now it’s just “huh? 5-year-olds don’t get unnecessary surgery all the time like that…”