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  1. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz 5 days ago

    Yeah, you wrote “a” book on it. For those of you unfamiliar with Nabby’s skewed view of the world and his “science,” here is the link to the reviews of book.
    Typical Nabby Nonsense.

  2. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Cul de Sac 11 days ago

    He may be anticipating trying to scoop Alice and Nara with a snow shovel as they dodge about.

  3. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on That is Priceless 16 days ago

    Can you provide any details or any documentation? Your statement sounds like a wild exaggeration bordering on fabrication. I was unable to find anything about $1 billion dollar drug bust; the largest single grow in Siskiyou National Forest was listed as 1500 plants, and estimates were that there may have been 50,000 to 100,000 plants total in all the various grows throughout the forest, less than a tenth of what you claim.
    The facts are impressive enough — no need to embellish them.

  4. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Brewster Rockit 16 days ago

    I prefer the Cambrian diet, where you get to sample a lot different things by taking trial bites of different things here and there.
    You have a trilobites of plankton, you have a trilobites of algea, you have a trilobites of ferns ….

  5. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 18 days ago

    There was HUGE (and for the most part, now forgotten) outcry by business about the “hole in the ozone” in the ‘70s — "the science isn’t settled, we didn’t cause it, we can’t do anything about it, restricting use of CFCs will cost money and cost jobs" and on and on and on. Well, the current consensus is that changes in human activity have actually helped heal that part of the atmosphere, and the “ozone hole” over Antarctica is now shrinking.
    “The atmospheric layer that protects Earth’s inhabitants from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays is slowly rebuilding itself, according to a United Nations report published Wednesday.

    Scientists credit the recovery to the phasing out of chemicals used in refrigerators, air conditioners and aerosol cans in the 1980s.

    “It’s a victory for diplomacy and for science and for the fact that we were able to work together,” said chemist Mario Molina, who won a Nobel Prize for his research into the ozone layer."
    quoted material is from http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2014/09/11/try-to-keep-up-earths-ozone-layer-is-recovering-but-that-is-making-global-warming-worse/

  6. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Lio 18 days ago

    From Tom Lehrer’s “Masochism Tango:”
    Let our love be a flame not an ember
    Say it’s me that you want to dismember
    Blacken my eye, set fire to my tie
    As we dance to the Masochim Tango

    At your command, before you here I stand
    My heart is in my hand……eeyucchhhh.
    It’s here that I must be
    My heart entreats, just hear those savage beats
    And go put on your cleats,
    And come and trample me

  7. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Lio 21 days ago

    Yep — Rudy, the famous communist (so famously communist his nickname was “The Red”), was having a dispute with his wife about the character of the precipitation. She maintained it was snow; he was certain he had not seen a flake. She said, “I am absolutely positive it is snow; you don’t know what you’re talking about, honey.” His reply: “Rudolph, The Red, knows rain, dear.”

  8. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Cul de Sac 21 days ago

    In the late 50s and early 60s, Sears and JC Penny published inch-thick special toy catalogs that were delivered right around this time of year. Spending weeks leafing through them was one of the best parts of Christmas, trying to select the one thing we were allowed to put on our “want list.”

  9. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on B.C. 23 days ago

    Didn’t know whether to laugh or groan, so I did both — loudly. My favorite comment so far. Thanks for the moment!

  10. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on B.C. 23 days ago

    One major thing I’m thankful for is that there are very few Benton Harveys around…. though I could be more thankful were there fewer.