Back to B.C. by Johnny Hart for June 07, 2023

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    C  6 months ago

    Uh huh

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    Chithing Premium Member 6 months ago

    I hope he promised to return it.

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    sandpiper  6 months ago

    S-o-o-o-o the flag shows an 8-ball?

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    b.john71  6 months ago

    India or Indiana…

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    blakerl  6 months ago

    B.C. and his gang must be East Coast guy’s and found a short cut to India. Columbus and his gang sailed to B.C.’s East Coast and declared it to be India, even named the natives Indians.

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    billwog  6 months ago

    Columbus never even saw, much less landed, in the United States. The closest he got was Cuba.

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    oish  6 months ago

    a man a plan a canal panama

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    Mediatech  6 months ago

    If you took it, you’d better put it back right where you found it.

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    RabbitDad  6 months ago

    So BC takes place after 1914.

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    jldewane  6 months ago

    so wise

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    Night-Gaunt49[Bozo is Boffo]  6 months ago

    Amazing the Panama Canal is still existing some 200+ years from now. It may have been remade and totally automated which is why it would still survive the heat and the storms, all of the ice melting and the oceans rising. Antartica could be mild and green by then. The pseudo dinosaurs are comfortable there in a Mesozoic climate.

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    silberdistel  6 months ago

    Whatching right now a documentary about these little locomotives which pull the huge ships through the sluices (is this the right word?) of the Panama Canal. Very interesting!

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    FrostbiteFalls  6 months ago

    A caveman, a plan, a canal…Panamevaca! Wait, that wouldn’t work…

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