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  1. flagmichael commented on Over the Hedge about 17 hours ago

    As a career scientist (44 years using science every day at work) I lament that almost nothing that is called science in the news is science, and almost none of the “scientists” use science. Form a testable question, develop a test methodology, perform the test, analyze the results… until then it is not science.

  2. flagmichael commented on Calvin and Hobbes 2 days ago

    As a professional troubleshooter for 44 years I have seen much, much, more inexplicable phenomena. When I was in aviation we called them gremlins… and I have to admit they are more common in aviation than in communications/IT, where I have worked the last 30 years. Whatever the world is, it is not what we think it is.

  3. flagmichael commented on B.C. 9 days ago

    I don’t think they should have let Grog play.

  4. flagmichael commented on Calvin and Hobbes 10 days ago

    Yes, indeed! T-ball is an activity that vaguely resembles baseball.

  5. flagmichael commented on Wizard of Id 14 days ago

    I can’t think of a time that was not so. I remember the days of Pol Pot, who slaughtered on a much larger scale.

  6. flagmichael commented on Calvin and Hobbes 17 days ago

    Besides the silliness of doing something because it is “all the rage.”

  7. flagmichael commented on For Better or For Worse 18 days ago

    My mother was a schizophrenic (by today’s standards, but not at the time) and profoundly neglectful. Police were called to investigate a couple of times but nothing ever changed. Truly a different time.

  8. flagmichael commented on Wizard of Id 19 days ago

    A good friend had been an EMT for 8 years and reflected that only two of the highway fatalities he worked were belted in; they both hit the back of flatbed trucks and were decapitated. Seatbelts are the smart way to go, and I have two brothers who owe their lives to them.

  9. flagmichael commented on Wizard of Id 20 days ago

    Sure… on runways! Pilots who land on carriers need nerves of steel, and a forced landing on any road is a nerve-wracking event that does not often go well.

  10. flagmichael commented on Wizard of Id 24 days ago

    C’mon; a nearsighted shooting emporium is funny on its own, then putting those pop-up “targets” next to it…. It may be warped humor but I think it’s funny.