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  1. abilyeu commented on The Argyle Sweater 26 days ago

    Wow! Nearly 20 comments and no one has pointed out that the hourglass markings are on the wrong side.

  2. abilyeu commented on The Argyle Sweater 6 months ago

    “Goodeth”??? “Eth” is a suffix for a verb, not an adjective. Makes no sense.

  3. abilyeu commented on Non Sequitur about 1 year ago

    Not true. When I was about 12 I watched a pair of mantises mating on the edge of our driveway. She chewed his head off at the base of the neck, and then ate the head from the neck up. She then walked away into the grass with his body still mounted on/in her. They weren’t captive or stressed in any way.

  4. abilyeu commented on Brewster Rockit almost 2 years ago

    The typo in question WAS spoken by Oldbot. Probably a faulty language chip.

  5. abilyeu commented on Pearls Before Swine almost 2 years ago

    It’s called hammerspace.

  6. abilyeu commented on Brewster Rockit about 2 years ago

    Anyone else bothered by the number disagreement in panel three?

  7. abilyeu commented on Brewster Rockit about 2 years ago

    “Oopseth?” “Oops” is not a verb. Oops!

  8. abilyeu commented on Drabble about 2 years ago

    Clicking the “Share” button on web pages typically results in you “sharing” your name and email address with spammers. Simply copy and paste the URL into a new email. It’s not difficult, and should work for most sites (unless the server prohibits deep linking).

  9. abilyeu commented on Frazz almost 3 years ago

    @masterskrain & defunctdoormat

    101100011000011010100110 would be 11,634,342. And 1994 would just be MCMXCIV, with no L (or 11111001010 in binary).

  10. abilyeu commented on Off the Mark about 3 years ago



    You seem to be implying that carbon-14 dating is the only method available to science for dating prehistoric finds. You’re conveniently “forgetting” about numerous other methods, such as dendrochronology, glacial varves, coral reefs, etc. Not to mention the various other radioisotopes such as aluminum-26, iodine-129, samarium-147, uranium-235, potassium-40, uranium-238, thorium-232, rhenium-187, rubidium-87… which are useful for different age ranges extending back to the billions of years (and which agree with each other nicely where they overlap). And I’ve barely scratched the surface. Someday you might try reading an actual science book that wasn’t written by one of your religious leaders.