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  1. Jay GoComics Pro Member commented on The Barn about 3 years ago

    Besides which, unless there is a urinary tract infection involved, urine is sterile.

  2. Jay GoComics Pro Member commented on B.C. over 3 years ago

    In the case of the land turtles/tortoises, the shell is actually the spine and rib cage, fused together. I’ve seen the skeleton. A turtle’s shell is covered with skin, just as the legs, head, and tail are. If you cut a turtle, you’re cutting skin, not keratin. They feel it.

  3. Jay GoComics Pro Member commented on Flight Deck over 3 years ago

    Unfortunately, mine’s 23 and still a pod-person.

  4. Jay GoComics Pro Member commented on Working It Out over 3 years ago

    Apparently Working It Out is from a kinder universe. In this universe the label would read “Disposable Resource Inside”.

  5. Jay GoComics Pro Member commented on Strange Brew almost 4 years ago

    Technically, it’s not fresh spit, though. It is progressively dehydrated spit. :)

  6. Jay GoComics Pro Member commented on Strange Brew almost 4 years ago

    Yes, honey contains enzymes added by the worker bee, so “bee spit” is definitely involved. But she holds the nectar (honey-to-be) in a special “honey crop”, not the stomach she uses to digest food.

    Honey is also a fine antibacterial substance. One of the proteins has been found to be effective against MRSA.