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  1. Ralph Kramden commented on Pearls Before Swine 9 days ago

    In the interest of complete accuracy, WWVH doesn’t transmit on 20 MHz.

    http://www.nist.gov/pml/div688/broadcast.cfm

  2. Ralph Kramden commented on Pearls Before Swine 9 days ago

    Or the Rani.

  3. Ralph Kramden commented on Reality Check 9 days ago

    If there are pop-ups, it ain’t heaven.

  4. Ralph Kramden commented on Real Life Adventures 14 days ago

    Properly packaged cheese lasts a long time. A few weeks ago I enjoyed a hunk of cheddar that I bought in the summer of 2013 — and it was 11 years old when I bought it.

  5. Ralph Kramden commented on Speed Bump 16 days ago

    “The Hunting of the Snark” was a separate work, not part of “Alice”. It does share some portmanteau words with “Jabberwocky”.

  6. Ralph Kramden commented on B.C. 16 days ago

    Nowadays it would be known as the “Paleo Workout”, just to be trendy.

  7. Ralph Kramden commented on Calvin and Hobbes 19 days ago

    Sadly, flowing glass is an urban legend. The legend usually refers to stained-glass windows in ancient cathedrals, not 50-year-old windows. Some old glass panes are thicker at the bottom because they were made that way — until the advent of float glass in the 1950s, window glass was not very uniform.

    Here’s more info:
    http://www.cmog.org/article/does-glass-flow

  8. Ralph Kramden commented on Calvin and Hobbes 20 days ago

    My British sister-in-law was shocked when she heard my American mother casually use the word ‘fanny’. I hadn’t known there was a transpondial difference in meaning.

  9. Ralph Kramden commented on Real Life Adventures 20 days ago

    Dilbert refers to this technique as “strategic incompetence”.

  10. Ralph Kramden commented on Frazz 20 days ago

    If you’re referring to Capt. Kirk of Star Trek, probably not. The book was published in 1961 and Star Trek began in 1966.