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  1. threlfallm commented on B.C. over 4 years ago

    prfessor, the problem with your argument is is assumes it only applies one way. That can’t be true. Assuming that hard, physical evidence is required to prove something, then, according to the same rule, lack of hard, physical evidence does not disprove it. In fact, hard, physical evidence is also required to disprove anything (i.e. prove the inverse). Lack of evidence doesn’t actually prove anything, it just makes it unproven.

  2. threlfallm commented on B.C. over 4 years ago

    GR88, it isn’t the quantity of rain Seattle is famous for, it is the frequency.

  3. threlfallm commented on Wizard of Id over 4 years ago

    For the edification of the early posters, although “car” is usually thought to be synonymous will “automobile,” the word has been around a lot longer than they. According to Merriam-Webster: car - 1: a vehicle moving on wheels.

  4. threlfallm commented on Calvin and Hobbes over 4 years ago

    I don’t see Mom explaining how it works. And just because she pays the electric company, that doesn’t prove anything. Magicians get paid too.

  5. threlfallm commented on B.C. over 4 years ago

    I hope she wasn’t on the nest when that happened.

  6. threlfallm commented on Calvin and Hobbes over 4 years ago

    From inscrutable to corporal between one frame and the next.

    Lewreader, how did the next roast taste?

  7. threlfallm commented on Wizard of Id over 4 years ago

    There is some evidence that native Americans had doughnuts prior to occupation by us. So they invented them, or at least did so independently of others. I like this idea. Native Americans (North and South) were very creative with what they ate, drank and smoked. Witness popcorn, chocolate milk, coffee, tobacco…

  8. threlfallm commented on Wizard of Id over 4 years ago

    That would taste awful!

  9. threlfallm commented on B.C. over 4 years ago

    Very punny, though they could have I done without the allusion to Alton Brown.

  10. threlfallm commented on Calvin and Hobbes over 4 years ago

    I noticed that too, Mr Mirage. In my reality, swtiching sides of the bed just doesn’t happen. I’m beginning to think this may be fiction.