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  1. duffdude commented on Monty 4 days ago

    @Dangerbunny : great avatar! You knew the job was dangerous when you took it, Fred!

  2. duffdude commented on Non Sequitur 22 days ago

    It would be really cool if we could control our dreams and continue good ones from previous nights.

  3. duffdude commented on Luann 22 days ago

    • yawn *

  4. duffdude commented on Pearls Before Swine 30 days ago

    The only time I have ever ordered a white russian was while playing blackjack in Las Vegas. A couple of free rounds of those, and my money is gone in a few hands. d’oh!

  5. duffdude commented on Monty about 1 month ago

    Meddick should bring back BigFoot. That character was funny.

  6. duffdude commented on The Big Picture about 1 month ago

    I think the only band I have ever seen with a trombone was Steely Dan.

  7. duffdude commented on The Big Picture 4 months ago

    When my kids were little and needed a bath, I would run the water and tell one of the kids to “watch the water”. Then I’d tell another to “watch the water watcher”. Then I’d say I would “watch the water watcher watcher”. I found it very amusing, but I’m sure my kids found it annoying.

  8. duffdude commented on The Big Picture 5 months ago

    That is a good one, Lennie!

  9. duffdude commented on Pearls Before Swine 6 months ago

    People use algebra all the time and might not even realize it. For example, at the store, if you get 4 items for a dollar, how much does each one cost? 4x = 100; x = 100/4 = 25 cents each. Trivial example, but it is still algebra.

    A lot of math is logic and a way of approaching a problem and those skills apply in many different ways.

  10. duffdude commented on The Big Picture 6 months ago

    If you used this method to just replenish one reservoir, consider that 1 acre foot is over 325,000 gallons. A decent sized reservoir can contain more than 50,000 acre feet, or 16.25 billion gallons. That would require 1.8 million tanker trucks.