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  1. ttbone commented on The Barn 6 months ago

    Burn life’s house down with combustable lemons

  2. ttbone commented on Barney & Clyde 9 months ago

    I am in IT and I think there are a larger percentage of IT people who don’t do facebook or twitter than the rest of the population.

  3. ttbone commented on Cul de Sac about 1 year ago

    Exactly what I was thinking (Love Cave Johnson I need to play Portal 2 again)

  4. ttbone commented on Poptropica over 1 year ago

    If it moves and it shouldn’t use Duct Tape. If it doesn’t move but it should use WD-40

  5. ttbone commented on Pearls Before Swine about 2 years ago

    beer belly

  6. ttbone commented on Tom the Dancing Bug over 2 years ago

    Now that you can identify the deranged killer see if you can identify the one who will stop the killer, or at least buy you some time to get away?

  7. ttbone commented on Get Fuzzy over 2 years ago

    “I’ve never been so insulted in all my week!”

    That makes me laugh ever time I read it.

  8. ttbone commented on Nick Anderson almost 3 years ago

    Simply put humans cover a small percentage of the earth. I find it hard to believe that we are so powerful that we can affect the climate of the earth. It is our responsibility to take care of what we have, but not to go to an extreme one way or the other for something that we understand so little about. Lets try not to be Chicken Little, because I would have a hard time telling my children that they a live in third world conditions due to a science we didn’t understand but overreacted to.

  9. ttbone commented on Nick Anderson almost 3 years ago

    Right now the air is great but if you look at the history of Salt Lake City it has always had bad air quality since before it was populated.

  10. ttbone commented on Nick Anderson almost 3 years ago

    Look up the worlds largest database. You will find that it is the WDCC or World Data Centre for Climate and they are only bringing in a fraction of all the data that is generated on a daily bases.