B.C. by Mastroianni and Hart for May 05, 2022

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    The REAL SANIC (FOX Owner)  about 2 years ago

    Then they sit by your window at 5 in the morning and sit there singing the same song over and over again.

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    angelolady Premium Member about 2 years ago

    Skwak LOL

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    RetFor  about 2 years ago

    Well, if birds evolved from dinosaurs, then who’s to say that dinosaurs didn’t tweet songs instead of roaring?

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    littlejohn Premium Member about 2 years ago

    It is theorized that long protuberance behind the head on some Pterosaurs was a resonance chamber to give them a distinctive voice.

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    Stream of conscience  about 2 years ago

    Wait for the crows at 4am. Birdsong hasn’t evolved all that far.

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    Enter.Name.Here  about 2 years ago
    We had songbirds here once when I was younger, but in the last 2 decades all I have heard was crows and seagulls. No doubt from all the open fields being plowed under and developed. No fields, no seed nor grain, no nesting birds. No song.

    Last year I put some small bird feeders out back, and now I heard bird song all of the time. Especially when I am re-loading the feeder. Same song sometimes? No problem. Sing it!

    (P.S…. I’m feeding crows here too. Nobody with feathers goes hungry on my watch. Amazingly smart little fellas. I love to watch them flip, sort and stack saddle-shaped Pringles potato chips so that they can carry away several at one time.)

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    nicka93  about 2 years ago

    My cat sit’s in the window and watches all the birds.

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    Doug K  about 2 years ago

    Pterodactyls were the punk rockers of their day.

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    rshive  about 2 years ago

    Poor thing can’t even sing off-tune well.

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    Meg ~ All Seriousness Aside  about 2 years ago

    You literally cannot wait for songbirds to evolve.

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    dlkrueger33  about 2 years ago

    I live in Florida. If you’ve ever heard a Great Blue Heron “squawk”, you would know for CERTAIN how prehistoric a bird it evolved from! Amazing!

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    KenseidenXL  about 2 years ago

    Wait a few million years….

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    Purple People Eater  about 2 years ago

    Crows are songbirds.

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    Snolep  about 2 years ago

    I have a pair of mourning doves on my deck that start their day way too early for me. The “u” should be dropped from their name.

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    jagedlo  about 2 years ago

    Happy National Cartoonist Day and thanks to Mr. Mastroianni for carrying on Johnny Hart’s work on “BC”…https://nationaltoday.com/national-cartoonists-day/#:~:text=National%20Cartoonists%20Day%20dates%20%20%20%20Year,%20%20Monday%20%201%20more%20rows%20

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member about 2 years ago

    I’m thinking that one is well on its way to being a Woodpecker. Does a woodpecker even have a song?

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    Teto85 Premium Member about 2 years ago

    Dinosaurs were extinct for about 60 million years before human ancestors came down from the trees.

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    awcoffman  about 2 years ago

    We have cockatoos, and they still sound like that.

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    dadlivonia  about 2 years ago

    SKWAK – why not Norsk?

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    elbow macaroni  about 2 years ago

    Can’t wait for this strip to evolve..,

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    cuzinron47  about 2 years ago

    Yeah, thatin’ can’t carry a tune.

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    Tentoes  about 2 years ago

    Had a math teacher, Mr. Strax. Going into class once, a kid quipped, “Strax is the kind of noise a pterodactyl makes.”

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    David Huie Green ForceIsAUsefulFiction  about 2 years ago

    Crows perhaps?

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    oakie817  about 2 years ago


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    Night-Gaunt49[Bozo is Boffo]  about 2 years ago

    Songbirds already have just that Green House Earth heat has killed off most of them.

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    edeloriea14  about 2 years ago

    A pretty harsh bird call!

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    Longbow1964  about 2 years ago

    Ever hear a screech owl?

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