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  1. tsandl commented on Pearls Before Swine 8 days ago

    Yeah, let’s all trust the part of ourselves that’s literally full of s—-.

  2. tsandl commented on Working Daze 13 days ago

    You all do realize, of course, that the current administration has brought us closer to the brink of nuclear war than we’ve been since the Cold War? Russia has been expanding its nuclear arsenal and spending hundreds of millions on disaster drills the last several years while Hillary et al. has been blaming Russia for all our woes. Email server hacked? Must have been the Russians. Stock market woes? Russians. Trump? Oh, he’s a Putin lover; he’s in bed with those dirty Russians; he wants the Russians to throw the election; if he wins, you can bet it’s because of those dam Russians!

    We’re supporting (intentionally or not) al-qaeda affiliated rebels in Syria in hopes of overthrowing an ally of Russia who is far less of a threat to us than Saddam ever was. I’m no fan of Putin, but can you really blame the man for interpreting all this as aggression?

  3. tsandl commented on Brewster Rockit 13 days ago

    Probably. Human-sized insects would have to be pretty different as they’d most likely run into some serious allometric scaling issues as they grew.

  4. tsandl commented on Back to B.C. 14 days ago

    When novelists and educationists and psychologists of all sorts talk about the cave-man, they never conceive him in connection with anything that is really in the cave. When the realist of the sex novel writes, ‘Red sparks danced in Dagmar Doubledick’s brain; he felt the spirit of the cave-man rising within him,’ the novelist’s readers would be very much disappointed if Dagmar only went off and drew large pictures of cows on the drawing-room wall. —G.K. Chesterton

  5. tsandl commented on The Grizzwells 18 days ago

    What kind of bearings were they? True, relative, magnetic?

  6. tsandl commented on Rubes 20 days ago

    You have the fossils? Tell me then, did the trachea and esophagus separate before or after the naris migrated from the tip of the nose to become a blowhole on the top of the head? Presumably the cranial cavity must have first already moved backwards for no particular reason as the trachea travelling through the brain might have presented some’ problems. At what point did the melon develop in all this? What did these transitional species look like, and how did they survive?

  7. tsandl commented on Brewster Rockit 20 days ago

    More illogical than the Death Star needing line of sight at close range? Why not shoot from a couple hundred million miles away? Yeah the beam might take a half hour to get to the Rebel moon, but what are they going to do? Dodge?

  8. tsandl commented on Over the Hedge 23 days ago

    They’ll be fine. Hammy’s too wired to blink, and Verne has a nictitating membrane.

  9. tsandl commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 25 days ago

    “Ought” is what is known as an auxiliary or helper verb. The word “this” is a noun and the subject of your sentence.

  10. tsandl commented on Rip Haywire 26 days ago

    Hey! My calendar has the power to predict the future. No kidding!

    Next week will be October 3rd. Oct 15th will be the next full moon. Christmas will be on a Sunday.