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Over the Hedge by T Lewis and Michael Fry

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  1. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Herman about 14 hours ago

    Probably a smart watch, which would require a bit more power than the old LCD models. But even for that, he could easily get away with a 5V/1A panel, which would be less than a square foot and about half a pound. (maybe it’s really cloudy where he lives)

  2. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Truth Facts 13 days ago

    Where are the shorter styles?

  3. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Birdbrains 13 days ago

    Provided that a litter of babies comes along, the greater part of his genetic imperative has been fulfilled.

  4. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz 14 days ago

    I can get two other varieties of banana at my local supermarkets – Red and Manzano (plus a couple of different plantains). Both have a far better flavor than the Cavendish, though they cost more. Some experts say Red bananas will be the new common kind when the Panama disease kills off the current plantations, the same way it dispatched the Gros Michel variety starting in the 1940s.

  5. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on F Minus 14 days ago

    Reminds me a bit of that Colbert segment about charging convicts with extra expenses:
    “Don’t do the crime
    if you can’t do the time,
    Unless you don’t have a dime,
    which is a crime,
    resulting in more time.”

  6. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Working Daze 14 days ago

    Plenty of nuance to this discussion, so I’ll add my own. While a one-sentence summary would place me on Rita’s “side,” I would never associate myself with her level of reasoning (and my full explanation would probably make her head explode).

    Personally, I feel that the power to produce a living being is sacred and that life begins with a viable embryo. The more we value life, the more we should seek means to avoid having to end it abruptly, or better yet, prevent it from beginning under unwanted circumstances. But condescending, authoritarian means that dictate what to do in all circumstances are not the answer, especially since they place nearly all of the burden on the women who gestate those lives. The ultimate choice belongs to them. Even when a woman does decide to abort, whether the decision was a sin depends entirely on her motives, which only she can truly know. In this matter, I’m pro-life, choice-tolerant, and anti-judgment.

    As for the death penalty, I also believe in prevention first. Valuing life also means having concern for everyone at every stage of their life. As long as people suffer due to malice or neglect and we fail to address that suffering, each one of us carries a sliver of guilt for the harm that they inflict on others. If everyone were nurtured, educated (and wanted!) from birth, “death row” would cease to exist. Of course, some people are born with severe mental aberrations, but even with them we would have far more resources available for early intervention. There may be a handful of truly “evil” minds whose outright culling would benefit society. While I don’t have a problem with the idea of killing rightfully convicted criminals when their actions are sufficiently heinous, the current system makes it less expensive to simply detain them indefinitely. So… pro-death penalty, anti-need for it.

  7. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Wizard of Id 14 days ago

    I feel blessed to have a natural immunity.

  8. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on F Minus 15 days ago

    This would be awesome as a mass April Fool’s Day prank!

  9. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville 15 days ago

    Notice how he didn’t set a price for agreeing you have a sound argument. Good way to still live with himself, since even the wackiest reasoning has SOME validity.

  10. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Rabbits Against Magic 17 days ago

    Looks more like a solution for Lettuce. You know how your wrist starts to hurt after repeatedly stabbing people with a dull knife?