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  1. Andrew T. commented on Dragon Girl 9 months ago

    Meh, they look like herbivores to me. But maybe Momma Dragon will spot the commotion and cook up some dino-burgers?

  2. Andrew T. commented on Non Sequitur 9 months ago

    Love them Wileybears!

  3. Andrew T. commented on Luann 9 months ago

    It takes 30 years for history to get interesting because that’s how long it takes to read a real book written for a general audience after getting turned off by mind-numbingly dull school textbooks that are not written to excite or inspire.

  4. Andrew T. commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 9 months ago

    Does Marigold ever use contractions? “It’s” instead of “it is,” “we’ve” instead of “we have,” “you’re” instead of “you are,” etc. It makes her speech sound stilted and unnatural when she doesn’t.

  5. Andrew T. commented on Brewster Rockit 9 months ago

    Technically, every day of the year is after (a) labor day…it’s like saying “never feed a gremlin after midnight.”

  6. Andrew T. commented on Pickles 9 months ago

    Thanks for the info! Yep, I was also thinking she was referring to the Andromeda pic, or if she wasn’t, that she was in error.

  7. Andrew T. commented on Doonesbury 9 months ago

    So if raising their wages to $15/hour was good, raising it to $1,500/hour should be 100 times as good! No negative effects at all! Right? Honestly, why not just raise the minimum wage to $500/hour? Then everyone would be a millionaire after just one full-time year, unemployment would be zero because the economy would be smokin’ hot from everyone buying everything, and the gov’t would have more money than it knew what to do with from raising everyone’s tax rate to 90%.

    Ain’t fairy-tale economics great?

  8. Andrew T. commented on Magic in a Minute 9 months ago

    But how does one shuffle a deck without disturbing the top 4 cards?

  9. Andrew T. commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 9 months ago

    The shroud of Turin has been fairly definitively carbon-dated as originating in the middle ages, during a time when counterfeit religious relics were not just common, but almost an industry. There was big bucks in selling them to the credulous.

  10. Andrew T. commented on Scenes from a Multiverse 9 months ago

    A Multiverse Multipass?