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Cul de Sac by Richard Thompson

Cul de Sac

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  1. Mike commented on FoxTrot Classics 13 days ago

    Iguanas are herbivores (non-meat eating. You’d never see one talking about ingesting any sort of insect….Assuming you’d ever see one talking at all.)

  2. Mike commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 18 days ago

    Only 80 mph? yawn It actually hits that SLOW of a speed due to terminal velocity. If it wasn’t for air resistance, it’d hit 109.684256442 mph (give or take) in 5 seconds.

  3. Mike commented on FoxTrot Classics 20 days ago

    Shouldn’t that have been “I’ll have mom chill the beer^0.5”?

  4. Mike commented on Arlo and Janis 22 days ago

    They’re using their undies as swim suits. That was simple enough.

  5. Mike commented on Off the Mark about 1 month ago

    Actually, to correct myself, it’s a meteoroid while out in space. As it’s burning in the atmosphere and making a “shooting star”, it’s a meteor. IF anything is left to hit the ground, that fragment is a meteorite.

  6. Mike commented on Off the Mark about 1 month ago

    Not quite. Meteors are simply what it’s called before it hits the air. If the meteor is big enough THEN it becomes a meteorite because it doesn’t burn up completely. But they all, from the dust specks to the boulders, all start as meteors.

  7. Mike commented on Freshly Squeezed about 1 month ago

    You’re right. The wise know it’s crap.

  8. Mike commented on Frazz about 1 month ago

    OOOOOOOOoooooooo, that was bad.

  9. Mike commented on Cornered about 1 month ago

    “Ring around the rosie. Pocket full of posies. Ashes, ashes, we all fall down.”
    “Ring around the rosie” was actually in reference to some plague (I forget which one) that caused ring-shaped markings. Posies were thought to ward off the spirits that caused it. They’d have so many bodies, they were cremating many of them to get rid of them and people were literally falling down dead all over Europe.

  10. Mike commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not about 1 month ago

    yawn ONLY 32 feet? The largest recorded great white is almost that big (26.2’) and basking sharks and whale sharks grow to about 40 feet (although they eat small animals and are not a danger to humans.)