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  1. scpandich commented on Pearls Before Swine 1 day ago

    Actually, the growth rate is already slowing down. It took longer to go from six billion to seven billion than it did to go from five billion to six billion. In fact, there are some demographers who believe that the population will pass nine billion sometime this century and then start declining, and within a couple of centuries the population could be below four billion.

  2. scpandich commented on Tarzan 3 days ago

    Cue the bow-chica-wa-wa

  3. scpandich commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 15 days ago

    Spider King,
    Spider King,
    Does that crazy
    Spider thing.

  4. scpandich commented on Pearls Before Swine 17 days ago

    They finally get a meal.

  5. scpandich commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 22 days ago

    I suspect the falconry thing has to do with not wanting to put any of the rare bird species at risk.

  6. scpandich commented on Tarzan 26 days ago

    I suspect she’s in her Jungle Girl outfit because the pygmies made it one of the conditions of going along with all this.

  7. scpandich commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 26 days ago

    Yes. if I recall correctly, he once said he came up with some saying in Elvish and started wondering about the kind of world where they’d come up with a saying like that.

  8. scpandich commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 28 days ago

    What kind of blood?

  9. scpandich commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria about 1 month ago

    looks closely at label

    Oh, that’s why: Davros Pharmaceuticals.

  10. scpandich commented on Pearls Before Swine about 1 month ago

    While this is the common perception of the interplay of money and politics, reality is more complicated. When donors aren’t simply giving money to politicians who already have positions that line up with theirs, the money is less for “bought and paid for” than “pay to play”; the money donors give does not ensure results but merely buys access to the decision makers. That’s why incumbents, regardless of which party they belong to, gets the most donations. Money tends to follow power, not power money.