Rip Haywire by Dan Thompson

Rip Haywire

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  1. Veridian

    Veridian said, almost 3 years ago

    I feel a Happy Ending is in the Works! HUGPOUNCESZZZ for Everyone! Have Fun Y’all! :-)

  2. changolote

    changolote GoComics PRO Member said, almost 3 years ago

    I think there ought to be a name the pup contest.

  3. dkram

    dkram said, almost 3 years ago

    @changolote

    Ok, that sounds good.
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    His pop is named TNT, how about Fire Cracker. :-)
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    \\//_

  4. mntim

    mntim said, almost 3 years ago

    I’m astonished. I could have sworn that TNT was more of a Michael Buble fan.

  5. chithing

    chithing said, almost 3 years ago

    @dkram

    I like that. Sounds less provocative than Cherry Bomb.

  6. Dragoncat

    Dragoncat GoComics PRO Member said, almost 3 years ago

    I believe the time has finally come for Mr. Thompson to put our choice of names in the ol’ hard hat and pull one out.
    We cannot allow this puppy to go on another adventure without a proper name.

  7. Wet & Soggy

    Wet & Soggy GoComics PRO Member said, almost 3 years ago

    Best name for the chip off the old block, er I meant puppy, came up yesterday.
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    C-4
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    HUGPOUNCESZZZ and Happy Winter Solstice!

  8. Dorian Tenore-Bartilucci

    Dorian Tenore-Bartilucci said, almost 3 years ago

    Awww, I love the way Rip and Cobra’s fingers are entwined in Panel 3, and the “all the world loves a lover” part of me has me all gooey and marshmallowy inside! Still, I refuse to get truly excited until they literally kiss and make up! Nobody could say it better than our own dear Veridian: "HUGPOUNCESZZZ and Happy Winder Solstice to all!

  9. Phatts California

    Phatts California said, almost 3 years ago

    @Wet & Soggy

    … the thing about “C-4” is it makes me wonder what happened to the other three …

  10. Dragoncat

    Dragoncat GoComics PRO Member said, almost 3 years ago

    I get the feeling C-4 is not a Justin Bieber fan.

  11. Dragoncat

    Dragoncat GoComics PRO Member said, almost 3 years ago

    Ah, nothing brings people together like naming a puppy…

  12. Veridian

    Veridian said, almost 3 years ago

    @Dorian Tenore-Bartilucci

    Awww Dorian You say the Nicest Things! But…Give Credit where Credit is Due. Our Newest Haywire Hooligan Linda Dean is the Progenitor of the Happy Solstice Wishes. I must admit her “HUGPOUNCESZZZ” form is coming along Nicely though! :-)

  13. LordDogmore

    LordDogmore said, almost 3 years ago

    @ Phatts California
    C4 is an explosive, a relation to TNT.

  14. Miserichord

    Miserichord said, almost 3 years ago

    @Phatts California

    From Wikipedia:
    RDX forms the base for a number of common military explosives:

    Composition A: Granular explosive consisting of RDX and plasticizing wax. Such as, composition A-5 (RDX coated with 1.5% stearic acid) and composition A-3 (91% RDX coated with 9% wax)Composition B: Castable mixtures of 40% RDX and 60% TNT, with an extra 1% of wax added (desensitizer)Composition C: The original composition C was used in World War II, but there have been subsequent variations including C-2, C-3, and C-4. C-4 consists of RDX (91%), a plasticizer (which can be dioctyl adipate {DOA}, diethylhexyl, or dioctyl sebacate) (5.3%), a binder, which is usually polyisobutylene (2.1%), SAE 10 non-detergent motor oil (1.6%).Composition CH-6: 97.5% RDX, 1.5% calcium stearate, 0.5% polyisobutylene, and 0.5% graphite.7DBX (Depth Bomb Explosive): Castable mixture consisting of 21% RDX, 21% aluminium nitrate, 40% TNT, and 18% powdered aluminium. Developed during World War II, it was to be used in underwater munitions as a substitute for Torpex employing only half the amount of then-strategic RDX.81 As the supply of RDX became more adequate, the mixture was shelved.Cyclotol: Castable mixture of RDX (50-80%) with TNT (20-50%) designated by the amount of RDX/TNT, such as Cyclotol 70/30.HBX: Castable mixtures of RDX, TNT, powdered aluminium, and D-2 wax with calcium chloride.H-6: Castable mixture of RDX, TNT, powdered aluminum, and paraffin wax.PBX: RDX is also used as a major component of many polymer-bonded explosives (PBX). RDX-based PBX’s typically consist of RDX and a polymer/co-polymer binder. Examples of RDX-based PBX formulations include, but are not limited to: PBX-9007, PBX-9010, PBX-9205, PBX-9407, PBX-9604, PBXN-106, PBXN-3, PBXN-6, PBXN-10, PBXN-201, PBX-0280, PBX Type I, PBXC-116, PBXAF-108, etc.Semtex: (Trade name): Plastic demolition explosives containing RDX and PETN as major energetic components.Torpex: 42% RDX, 40% TNT, and 18% powdered aluminium. The mixture was designed during World War II and used mainly in underwater ordnance.

    You asked.

  15. Phatts California

    Phatts California said, almost 3 years ago

    @LordDogmore

    I KNOW THAT! I’m not a complete moron!

    (only about 84% moron)

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