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  1. paullp commented on Committed about 3 hours ago

    I’m surprised this strip didn’t generate more comments. Usually any comic that mentions evolution is sure to bring out the creationists.

    I suspect this one goes back about 15 years (rough estimate, and I don’t feel like googling it) when Kansas made itself the laughingstock of the nation by imposing restrictions on the teaching of evolution (and perhaps approved the teaching of creationism – don’t remember all the details now).

    And of course, while it’s popular to say we evolved from apes, the actual truth is that humans and apes had a common ancestor. We are two branches of the same family.

  2. paullp commented on Drabble 1 day ago

    Since Ralph is a fictional character, it’s entirely possible that he is related to a fictional character.

  3. paullp commented on For Better or For Worse 4 days ago

    I was one who was never very good at sports and hated PE. If I were in charge of PE, I’d lean a little more on the E. In addition to exercise, I wish my PE teachers had taught us about the different muscles — how they work, how they’re being strengthened by the exercises we’re doing. And I wouldn’t hire gym teachers who were obviously frustrated drill sergeants who couldn’t tell the difference between military recruits and school kids.

  4. paullp commented on Brewster Rockit 5 days ago

    Seems to me the more logical cure would be an air pump with the nozzle placed in any convenient orifice.

  5. paullp commented on Calvin and Hobbes 6 days ago

    @Hobbes, I’m not quite convinced of the validity of your theory, although I guess you would know if anyone would . . .

  6. paullp commented on Strange Brew 6 days ago

    And the joke here is . . . ?

  7. paullp commented on Calvin and Hobbes 6 days ago

    Hobbes’ method of analysis sounds so much like something Calvin would say that it almost makes me question my otherwise firmly-held belief that Hobbes is real. But I guess Hobbes can play a joke like this on Calvin now and then.

  8. paullp commented on Strange Brew 17 days ago

    Superman glasses trivia for those who are fond of such things:

    He did fail an eye test in the early 40s, when he was called for military service. He accidentally used his X-ray vision and read the eye chart in the next room (presumably not a copy of the one he was supposed to read).

    As Superboy, he melted his first pair of glasses when he tried to use his heat vision while wearing them. He made a new pair of two round pieces of Kryptonian glass, which is as super as he is and didn’t melt.

    In one really bad story in the late 70s or early 80s, he discovered that he was subconsciously hypnotizing everyone he came in contact with as Clark Kent so they wouldn’t make the connection between Clark and Superman. When someone draw a sketch of Clark, he appeared to have hollowed out cheek bones and a receding hairline.

  9. paullp commented on Strange Brew 17 days ago

    PianoGuy24, I’m on your side. The cartoon makes no sense and isn’t funny.

  10. paullp commented on Soup to Nutz 18 days ago

    Are you serious? The puns here are good, but they can’t hold a candle to Pastis’ elaborate shaggy dog stories.