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Richard's Poor Almanac by Richard Thompson

Richard's Poor Almanac

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  1. ehtaniguchi commented on Richard's Poor Almanac about 8 hours ago

    With digital word processing, those monkeys should produce a play in half the time.

  2. ehtaniguchi commented on Pearls Before Swine 2 days ago

    Terrific. Prius driver vs. Vegan. Throw in Jef the Cyclist and they’ll clear the cafe.

  3. ehtaniguchi commented on The Awkward Yeti 16 days ago

    And now we can move on to tacos.

  4. ehtaniguchi commented on Tank McNamara 18 days ago

    I just found out my new iPhone has been tracking the amount of exercise I do each week. It’s kind of frightening, since I don’t know who it’s reporting back to. My health insurance company? The Apple Store? My doctor, who just told me I need to cut back on salt?

  5. ehtaniguchi commented on Tank McNamara 22 days ago

    Were you running all those man cave accessories on the battery?

  6. ehtaniguchi commented on Basic Instructions 22 days ago

    We visited Yakima Valley a couple of years ago on what was supposed to be a wine tasting tour. It was hot, and we got lost twice driving around these backroads that didn’t even show up on the GPS. My friends in the backseat screamed, “What kind of people live here? There could be zombies on the next farm for all we know!”

  7. ehtaniguchi commented on Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal 23 days ago

    Except when it’s buried in snow. Then it just looks arctic.

  8. ehtaniguchi commented on Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal 24 days ago

    If you’re in the US and cross over into Canada, your life expectancy rises by 5 years, and that’s across ethnicity and income levels. (Indigenous peoples in Canada however have truncated life expectancy due to poverty, diet, and a number of other health factors, as do Native Americans in the US.) A person born in Canada can anticipate living longer than someone born in the US. Easier access to health care, cleaner air and water, and more stringent occupational safety rules may have something to do with it. That said, I knew a lot of couch potatoes in small-town Canada….

  9. ehtaniguchi commented on Basic Instructions 24 days ago

    I’ve always envisioned the two parties as two guys in a canoe, furiously paddling in opposite directions. They get nowhere, but they churn up a lot of froth.

  10. ehtaniguchi commented on Beardo 24 days ago

    My blood pressure shoots up to 140/90 when I teach. During winter break, it fell to 122/78. I suppose the extra partying didn’t hurt.