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  1. tsandl commented on Ziggy 14 days ago

    This should have been left black & white.

  2. tsandl commented on Working Daze 17 days ago

    I’m not trying to drive you away or anything, but I’m curious: if you don’t get such obvious Star Wars/Star Trek references, why do you read this comic? It just seems it would be like me reading Tank McNamara.

  3. tsandl commented on Wizard of Id Classics 17 days ago

    Ummm, look at the date. This comic was first published in ’65 when Peter Gabriel was still a schoolkid withou a band.

  4. tsandl commented on Dilbert Classics 28 days ago

    He should have gone in the winter…

  5. tsandl commented on Pearls Before Swine 29 days ago

    So he’s failed at failing in everything? Wow.

  6. tsandl commented on Bloom County 29 days ago

    Hmmm… I heard it John Cleese’s voice.

  7. tsandl commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 month ago

    Say rather, same mass, but tremendously more surface area, which means far more will burn up in the atmosphere and whatever doesn’t burn up will be moving much slower by the time it impacts. It’s less Dour Scotsman’s buckshot/.45 analogy and more like the difference between having a pound of loose snow land on your head and getting bonked by a one pound hailstone.

  8. tsandl commented on The Argyle Sweater about 1 month ago

    Blame that misconception on Hollywood, not Jewish or Christian religion. The Bible makes it clear that the Israelites were brick makers in Egypt, not masons or monument builders. The Egyptians DID use slave labor for making bricks. In the scenes of brick making depicted in the frescoes of TT100, the tomb of Rekhmire, there are fully-dressed men holding nekhakha (Egyptian flail) watching the workers make bricks.

  9. tsandl commented on Lost Side of Suburbia about 1 month ago

    The Heckbender will eat you if you don’t buy this book.

  10. tsandl commented on Over the Hedge about 1 month ago

    At some point, a dead cat in a box will become observable whether you open the box or not.