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Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller

Non Sequitur

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  1. Travis Brewer commented on Calvin and Hobbes 5 days ago

    The T-rex is significantly larger, and its arms proportionately shorter than the allosaurus’. Additionally the Allosaurus lived in the Jurassic, T-Rex lived in the Cretaceous.

  2. Travis Brewer commented on B.C. 6 days ago

    I too have Dish, and I’ve actually started shortening 30 min shows to 20 mins. 60 min shows (not The 60 minutes) to 40 and 3 hour movies to only 2 hours. The extra 1/3 of airtime is composed of salespeople “trying to sell me something that I do not need.” And if you don’t recognize where that line is from you don’t know where this line is from either; “Sunny day, sweeping the clouds away…”

  3. Travis Brewer commented on B.C. 6 days ago

    Actually, reality TV shows frequently make my brain feel like it should when the hammer gets through with it (i.e. I’m so ticked I turn off the TV and turn to my favorite books.)

  4. Travis Brewer commented on Jump Start 13 days ago

    At least she didn’t say “Fuzz”

  5. Travis Brewer commented on For Better or For Worse 13 days ago

    “It turns me on to think of growing old.” —John Denver “Poems, Prayers and Promises”

  6. Travis Brewer commented on Frazz 13 days ago

    Is SW Idaho too far to travel? We’ve got a water park called Roaring Springs that gives H2OMG a run for its money.

  7. Travis Brewer commented on FoxTrot 13 days ago

    As a teacher, I beg to differ. I’ve observed kids not batting an eye at Pizza illustrations, but go absolutely batty over Pumpkin Pie illustrations on Halloween. Bwa-ha-ha-ha!

  8. Travis Brewer commented on FoxTrot Classics 18 days ago

    Hey, with what Andi usually serves for dinner, who wouldn’t jump at the opportunity to force her hand on meals?

  9. Travis Brewer commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 month ago

    Don’t be a spoiler!!!

  10. Travis Brewer commented on Doonesbury about 1 month ago

    My point exactly. That’s one of the things that makes me a good teacher. I can take some of the most mundane and boring curricular material and turn it into a fascinating mental safari.