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  1. Erichalfbee commented on Cul de Sac 2 days ago

    Thrilling tales of inertia, Genius!!!

  2. Erichalfbee commented on U.S. Acres 11 days ago

    Actually they mostly eat dead leaves.

  3. Erichalfbee commented on The Flying McCoys 15 days ago

    Freewheelin Franklin runs a business?

  4. Erichalfbee commented on Get Fuzzy about 1 month ago

    Cause and effect

  5. Erichalfbee commented on The Flying McCoys about 1 month ago

    I should think Polly would then exercise a little retribution.

  6. Erichalfbee commented on Barney & Clyde about 1 month ago

    Zing!

  7. Erichalfbee commented on Dude and Dude about 1 month ago

    Probably the most annoying cartoon dog ever, so yeah, a bowl of water.

  8. Erichalfbee commented on The Other Coast 2 months ago

    Sheep eat them, and right into the root to if they can. My Canary also enjoys a leaf or two.

    As to the cartoon, why spray weedkiller on your food, are there any weeds on your food?

  9. Erichalfbee commented on U.S. Acres 2 months ago

    The last worm is a total Don Martin Character.

  10. Erichalfbee commented on Dude and Dude 3 months ago

    No such thing as Sodium Chlorine, they are two separate elements.

    Sodium Chloride is Salt (NaCl)

    Sodium Chlorate is used as a weedkiller. (NaClO3)

    Sodium ignites in water, but used to light a fire? Pretty unlikely, you have to keep it in oil, dropping it into water ignites the hydrogen gas that is given off, even if you removed it with a tongs, it would go out unless there was still water present, no reaction otherwise. I guess you could light a spill from it and then light the fire, bloody longwinded way to light a fire though.