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  1. Andrew6385 commented on Stone Soup 1 day ago

    I believe in an earlier strip it was stated that Arnold was 46, Phil 42 and Val 38.

  2. Andrew6385 commented on Big Nate 1 day ago

    Granted that Asimov heard it second hand (I read it in one of his autobiographies), but he knew pretty much anyone in the field. I wasn’t aware that we were in a court of law. Some people are pretty protective of Saint Lucas.

  3. Andrew6385 commented on Big Nate 2 days ago

    Lucas also ripped off Isaac Asimov’s Foundation series. Asimov didn’t mind though, he said he got the idea from Gibbon’s “Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire”.

  4. Andrew6385 commented on Tom Toles 2 days ago

    The real problem is with the actions of our so called “leaders”. Politicians and celebrities for the climate change cause tell people that they need to make changes and adopt environmental habits often with a lower standard of living, but never make any changes to their liftstyles. Arianna Huffington said SUV driver are terrorist supporters, but our homes have much bigger carbon footprints than our vehicles. She as with many of these advocates, have private airplanes, which are much worse. But no, we can’t give those up, because then we would have to go through security and rub elbows with those dirty peasants. It would hurt their precious egos to make any changed themselves. That’s why so many people don’t believe it. It looks just like a host when the powerful and famous make a big fuss but tell others that they will will have to fix. If these people would lead by example it would so much more believable.

  5. Andrew6385 commented on Luann 16 days ago

    No, they were married and had 3 children. The line came to an end when Caligula had his royal cousin who was descended from them killed.

  6. Andrew6385 commented on WuMo 24 days ago

    The creation of life is not at odds with entropy. The second law of thermodynamics applies to a closed system, an ideal situation that does not exist, except MAYBE the universe as a whole. All life needs outside mass-energy to sustain itself. The big bang is not at odds with cause and effect unless you assume that nothing ever existed before, and there is no reason to believe this.

  7. Andrew6385 commented on Non Sequitur about 1 month ago

    I like how SizeofaPea defines functional control of the Senate for the democrats as 60 votes, which they had for a year, not a “couple of months”, but as a mere majority for the republicans for 2001-2007. The republicans have not had 60% control of the Senate since the 1920’s.

  8. Andrew6385 commented on Dick Tracy about 1 month ago

    If we estimate Tracy being in his mid twenties early in the strip and Junior was about 9, Junior may be about 30, having married still in his teens, and Honeymoon probable not much past 10. That would make Tracy about 45.

  9. Andrew6385 commented on Tom Toles 4 months ago

    What the politicians don’t realize is that the people have been lied to so many times, that this looks like the biggest power grab ever. The super rich “leaders” pick on big cars and trucks, but that’s a smaller issue than oversized housing. The politicians go on their private planes because they don’t like going through security with the peasants and fly from their mansions in Washington to their mansions back home. Then they tell the middle class and poor that they have to lower their standard of living. People see the hypocrisy of that. Until the politicians lead by example, and that will NEVER happen, no one will do anything because the politicians do not take the problem seriously.

  10. Andrew6385 commented on Momma 4 months ago

    At my college, a guy threw a water balloon from about 5 floor up at a guy sunbathing, and it hit him in the stomach without breaking and hurt a lot. We also had a narrow gap in out stairwell rails, and after a drunk tried to drop a beer can all the way down about 10 floor, we tried doing it more carefully, finding out how much liquid could be in a can before it burst (about 2/3). I still have a funny looking Rolling Rock can with a big bulge on the bottom.