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  1. hippogriff commented on Pluggers about 4 hours ago

    pcolli
    If the “pile” is neatly stacked, one can find anything quickly as it is in stratigraphic order.

  2. hippogriff commented on Close to Home about 5 hours ago

    Apikoros
    Why are so many destructive developers headquartered in Canada? Because Canadians organize their neighborhoods and can NIMBY the worst of those schemes, while the US considers such mutual defence [note spelling] to be “socialist” and so are ripped off individually.

  3. hippogriff commented on The Other Coast about 5 hours ago

    Poodles were originally retrievers. That weird haircut was to reduce the waterlogging of the fur, while retaining insulation around the joints.

  4. hippogriff commented on Non Sequitur about 5 hours ago

    Over the years of reading these posts, the most dogmatic have been the atheists, whose prime dogma is the self-refuting, “we are not a religion”. I find it strange no one notices that Danae’s crusades always start with what benefits Danae, and then builds a structure around it as support. This phenomenon characterizes far more than religion.
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    ComicsLover
    I have so far compiled a list of 38 individuals who made major scientific discoveries who were also clergy. I have undoubtedly missed a few, and that doesn’t include multitudes of scientists from the laity.

  5. hippogriff commented on Frazz about 5 hours ago

    Carl42SG
    Any “twins” in that group. I challenge astrology by pointing out that Carol Burnett and I were born within three degrees of latitude, one degree of longitude, and a few hours of each other, but have no more similarities than with any randomly selected individual of that general age.

  6. hippogriff commented on Frank & Ernest about 6 hours ago

    dwpbike
    Monarchs are an exception, but still die of old age after two or three years.

  7. hippogriff commented on For Better or For Worse about 6 hours ago

    magoctopus
    To say nothing of the subtle indoctrination to be obedient robots in a dictatorship. Just look at every military in the world.

  8. hippogriff commented on Bad Reporter about 6 hours ago

    But what about his spleen? He vents it regularly.

  9. hippogriff commented on Baldo about 6 hours ago

    NeedaChuckle
    I tried to do something about it in 2010, but only the League of Women Voters would admit it.

  10. hippogriff commented on F Minus about 6 hours ago

    Cerabooge
    Lee Hayes, co-author of “If I Had a Hammer” was. At his request, he was cremated and his ashed mixed in his compost pile.