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Cul de Sac by Richard Thompson

Cul de Sac

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  1. Mike commented on Zack Hill 1 day ago

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2512072/Agony-rabbits-plucked-alive-fluffy-jumpers.html(I think just the URL itself tells all.)

  2. Mike commented on The Grizzwells 17 days ago

    There is NOTHING Septober about those two. I don’t know what their drug of choice IS but they definitely do a lot of it.

  3. Mike commented on Pooch Cafe 28 days ago


  4. Mike commented on Real Life Adventures 29 days ago

    Now, now…South Florida has 4 seasons just like everyone else. There’s “early summer”, “summer”, “late summer” and “next summer.” By my count, that’s 4.

  5. Mike commented on Overboard about 1 month ago

    Hey, there’s rules in the Geneva Convention against that type of biological warfare!

  6. Mike commented on JumpStart about 1 month ago

    Ha ha h…….oh, wait. It’s NOT funny because someone explained the joke.

    I.e. if you get the joke and find it funny without explanation, then there’s no need to explain it. If you didn’t get the joke without explanation then it’s usually not funny even after being explained. So we don’t need to know why these strips are funny. Either we already found them funny or we’ll never find them funny.

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

    No waste of money. They were researching the use of ultrasound to change the programming of implanted medical devices.

  8. Mike commented on The Buckets about 1 month ago

    Actually, it IS possible to reverse it and yet keep it on/around/over some body part the whole time. One arm goes out the bottom and then into the sleeve from the other direction. Then pull it off the head and all the way onto the arm and then back over the head and insert the other arm. Problem solved and it never came completely off.

  9. Mike commented on Reality Check about 1 month ago

    I had to look it up myself. One of the characters from the movie The Princess Bride (Inigo Montoya) had said "“Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die.” He basically repeated it a few times during a sword-fight with the other character.
    (I had seen the movie but forgot the details till I googled it.)

  10. Mike commented on Zack Hill about 1 month ago

    There IS such a thing as an implied subject.
    Me: “Did you eat anything today?”
    You: “Ate a corn dog for lunch.” (“I” was implied.)
    And even verbs can be implied.
    Me: “Where did Apollo 14 go?”
    You: “To the moon.” (“It went” was implied.)