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  1. wbtthefrog commented on B.C. 11 days ago

    John Oliver partially covers “Tastes like chicken” at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9wHzt6gBgI

  2. wbtthefrog commented on Frazz 22 days ago

    He can raise his other hand, today.

  3. wbtthefrog commented on Pickles 25 days ago

    If you put root beer in a square cup, does it just become regular beer?

  4. wbtthefrog commented on B.C. 3 months ago

    A repeat of March 6: http://www.gocomics.com/bc/2015/03/06

  5. wbtthefrog commented on Dogs of C-Kennel 3 months ago

    Peace to you as well.
    Your comment seems oddly positioned on this particular strip…

  6. wbtthefrog commented on Calvin and Hobbes 3 months ago

    These strips are 20 years old.

  7. wbtthefrog commented on Dogs of C-Kennel 3 months ago

    By Robert William Service:

    If starry space no limit knows
    And sun succeeds to sun,
    There is no reason to suppose
    Our earth the only one.
    ’Mid countless constellations cast
    A million worlds may be,
    With each a God to bless or blast
    And steer to destiny.

    Just think! A million gods or so
    To guide each vital stream,
    With over all to boss the show
    A Deity supreme.
    Such magnitudes oppress my mind;
    From cosmic space it swings;
    So ultimately glad to find
    Relief in little things.

    For look! Within my hollow hand,
    While round the earth careens,
    I hold a single grain of sand
    And wonder what it means.
    Ah! If I had the eyes to see,
    And brain to understand,
    I think Life’s mystery might be
    Solved in this grain of sand.

  8. wbtthefrog commented on B.C. 5 months ago

    Today’s Frazz somewhat similarly shows how to tell when somebody’s not a runner:

  9. wbtthefrog commented on Frazz 5 months ago

    Today’s BC strip shows it’s easier to tell when somebody isn’t into crossfit: http://www.gocomics.com/bc/2015/02/09

  10. wbtthefrog commented on B.C. 5 months ago

    The bird could see what was coming, and can clearly fly (see first two panels)…why didn’t it fly away to avoid the danger?