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  1. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Working Daze about 1 month ago

    True. Anyone entering the political area has to have a thick skin. I get concerned when such comments displace serious political discourse. Based on the quality of a lot of commentary in on-line forums; I’m not entirely certain that Americans are qualified to elect the “leader of the free world”.

  2. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Working Daze about 1 month ago

    Making jokes about candidates’ personal appearance is the lowest form of political commentary.

    For every left-winger cracking wise about Trump’s hair (?), there’s a right-winger making cracks about H.R. Clinton’s “cankles”. Neither comment is worthy of serious consideration.

  3. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Pooch Cafe 3 months ago

    I’m betting Bone Ripper will regret ever getting on that bus.

  4. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Pooch Cafe 3 months ago

    Cartoon physics at work.

  5. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Betty 3 months ago

    Good tip!
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    I’ve been using tinted computer-reading glasses, which also cut out out much of the blue light. They make a big difference.
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    BTW, you should avoid any bright lights before bed. Car wash lighting would be even worse than staring at a screen.

  6. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine 3 months ago

    Anyone, with a modicum of reading comprehension ability, knows that you believed that there is only one theory of gravity — and that you could test it out, by dropping something off a “tall tower”.
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    As for why you referred to it as “a theory and not as a law”, I surmise that it’s because: (a) you believed that there is only one theory of gravity; and (b) that you did not, and apparently still do not, know the difference between a scientific “Law” and a scientific “theory”. Hint “law” doesn’t mean what you think it means.
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    If you want to serve the science-side in this (ultimately, pointless) debate: don’t comment.

  7. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Alley Oop 3 months ago

    A good defense attorney could spin that little kidnapping and extortion episode as nothing more than “aggressive contract-negotiation tactics”.

  8. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Alley Oop 3 months ago

    According to the inflation calculator at the link below, $1000.00 in 1942 is worth $14,485.83 today.
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    http://www.usinflationcalculator.com/

  9. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine 3 months ago

    “Gravity is a theory, too… why not find a nice, tall tower and test it out?”

    Apparently, you aren’t aware that there are actually several mainstream scientific theories about gravity. There is no “scientific concensus” about what gravity actually is, nor how it actually works. (There is the descriptive “Law of Gravity” — but, that doesn’t tell us what it is, nor how it works.) Gravity remains one of the great mysteries of science.
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    FWIW, I happen to be in the science camp on evolution vs. creationism. Your snarky, ill-informed commentary does not help the “science” side, that you purport to support.

  10. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Betty 3 months ago

    I completely empathize with Junior.