B.C. by Mastroianni and Hart for December 09, 2018


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    Z51 Premium Member 3 months ago

    IT WORKED!!! Congratulations!

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    Robert C. Premium Member 3 months ago

    Would a candle or torch not have sufficed ? – and, no electric bill to pay.

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    Watcher  3 months ago

    Thor, you light up my life.

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    Nachikethass  3 months ago


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    gammaguy  3 months ago

    Do fireflies attract moths?

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    jackh  3 months ago

    I did not know my porch light was that old.

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    jagedlo  3 months ago

    Next week, the bug zapper!

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    fivestring65  3 months ago

    Some people use the yellow light bulbs on their porches.

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    sanderling75  3 months ago

    they are called lightning bugs because their flashes resemble the short flicker. Couldn’t they also be just called lighting bugs because that’s what they do?

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    Michael G  3 months ago

    One more bright idea?

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    ptnjbrown  3 months ago

    The others are off-panel turning the crank on a generator.

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    e.groves  3 months ago

    I said a Bud light! Old commercial.

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    Mordock999 Premium Member 3 months ago

    Well now. If you also invent the “lampshade” you’ll have something you can wear while you’re DRUNK at parties…..”

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    bartman666  3 months ago

    Well that sheds a different light on the subject !

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    DanFlak  3 months ago

    A little bit out of season as I look upon the snow flakes drifting down.

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    LKrueger41  3 months ago

    I don’ need the bugs. But if I invent screenwire, maybe I can ‘repurpose’ it to something I would use.

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    guy42  3 months ago

    Proof again that BC is not prehistoric but post-apocalyptic.

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    ChessPirate  3 months ago

    Eatanter wants to buy one…

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    Cerabooge  3 months ago

    One of the frogs from Wizard of Id is lingering at his feet. Good times.

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member 3 months ago

    It’s a bug collector.. not a bug cooker… big difference

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    Kip W  3 months ago

    Somebody lampshade this gag.

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    eladee  3 months ago

    To be followed shortly by the Bug Zapper!

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    feverjr  3 months ago

    They are high in protein… anyone care for a nighttime snack?

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    boydwwadams  3 months ago

    Very clever humor, seeing the collateral effects of his invention and dismissing the it’s global significance.

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    Iwa Iniki Premium Member 2 months ago

    Should be yellow.

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    rgcviper  2 months ago

    “If a six-pack of beer and a bug zapper is your idea of high-quality entertainment …

    “You might be a Redneck.”

    — Jeff Foxworthy

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    johngresh  2 months ago

    Very similar to starting the NASA Space Program so that “Tang OJ” could be invented.

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    Renatus Profuturus Frigeridus  Premium Member 2 months ago

    I wonder where the plug is .

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    Dr_Zinj  2 months ago

    I’ll have a Bug Lite!

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    Peam Premium Member 2 months ago

    When the device has finished sucking bugs, it can be used for sucking dark! Let there be light!

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