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Back to B.C. by Johnny Hart for November 25, 2021

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    wjones  6 days ago

    Just hope you don’t come back as a turkey.

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    Farside99  6 days ago

    Even worse, a roc. John will never be able to walk, let alone move.

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    sandpiper  6 days ago

    Being a large bird, especially today, could see him come back on a large platter with a veg garnish.

    Best to all from our home and our hearts

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    dave1960  6 days ago

    Ah, Aesop’s Fable of the Tortoise and the Eagle?

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    Algolei I  6 days ago

    An emu. Those things kicked the Australian army’s butts back in the thirties!

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emu_War

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    Zebrastripes  6 days ago

    They always come to roost….

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    ACK! Premium Member 6 days ago

    The Greek playwright Aeschylus was famously killed by a turtle dropped by an eagle which mistook his bald head for a rock.

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    Jimvideo  6 days ago

    Since this strip is out of sync with the calendar, read the Thanksgiving Day comic at this URL: https://www.gocomics.com/back-to-bc/2021/05/20

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    patricev70  6 days ago

    Who knows maybe something else on another planet if there is life elsewhere…

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    I'm Sad  6 days ago

    Line from an article in the Alabama Media group newspaper: “For turtles, it turns out, are a favorite prey item for bald eagles.”

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    Mediatech  6 days ago

    So he’ll be getting a peaceful easy feeling at the hotel California. It’ll be the Laster resort, but I can’t tell you why.

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    blakerl  6 days ago

    Maybe he will come back as a Turkey? Roasted, with dressing, and all the fixings. Yes a Turkey!!

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