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  1. tsandl commented on Rip Haywire about 5 hours 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.

    Amazing!

  2. tsandl commented on Wizard of Id 9 days ago

    Franklin made the suggestion in a letter dated Jan, 26, 1784 written to his daughter, Sarah Bache, addressed from Passy, France. He may not have actually promoted the idea (the decision was made while he was out of the country); he may not have been entirely serious, but he did make the suggestion. You can read the letter for yourself on franklinpapers.org. Urban legends & myths are born when people uncritically repeat things they have heard from others without doing any research. If you want to bust myths, do some research. Don’t just uncritically repeat that you heard it wasn’t true.

  3. tsandl commented on JumpStart 15 days ago

    Once again, easier said than done. Nothing that isn’t actually a vital part of the internal combustion engine can be truly inextricable. No matter how complex the chip, at the end of the day it would still just be a switch. Even if you could somehow make it impossible to bypass, fooling the police would still be as simple as swapping license plates. If they can’t identify the car, they can’t send the correct signal. Blocking the shut down signal or otherwise disabling the receiving antenna would also be trivial. It would be the first thing I would do upon buying such a car.

  4. tsandl commented on FoxTrot 15 days ago

    Silly, it’s pie/8, pie/5, and pie/7.

  5. tsandl commented on Brewster Rockit 15 days ago

    Wasn’t military use of A Chorus Line banned under the terms of the Khitomer accords?

  6. tsandl commented on Ziggy 22 days ago

    Well, he hasn’t blown up the earth yet, so no.

  7. tsandl commented on Wizard of Id Classics 22 days ago

    I hope they have the Sundays and dailies in synch now. This is the beginning of one of the funniest Wizard of Id series.

  8. tsandl commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 22 days ago

    You think a girl with an ax, an air horn, a jar of bugs, and hedge trimmers requires some sort of official intervention? Have you ever set foot outside of a city?

  9. tsandl commented on Thatababy 23 days ago

    But…but…but, you left out all the FASCINATING descriptions of the sailors swabbing decks and picking lint out of their bellybuttons! And what about all the chapters upon chapters detailing the wonders of the cetacean lymphatic system?

  10. tsandl commented on Strange Brew 23 days ago

    Ummm… look at the shape of her head, people. She’s a banana.