B.C. by Mastroianni and Hart for August 17, 2022

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    C  4 months ago

    Nothing to sneeze at

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    oldpine52  4 months ago

    It gets worse every year.

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    B UTTONS  4 months ago

    That’s not pollen. Everyone’s nose has been running – its snot.

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    seanfear  4 months ago

    that’s a place i definitely don’t wanna be or even look at or even hear of …..acho

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    BigBoy  4 months ago

    Exactly like my home this March & April. Never been like that before!

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    Doug K  4 months ago

    It’s like the whole country is covered with it – it’s (a) pollination

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    Olddog04  4 months ago

    Where I used to live, the cars turned green from it every spring. And the allergy sufferers like me were in he$$.

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    dcdete.  4 months ago

    This is one of those scientific mysteries since yesterday there wasn’t even a single pollen producing tree or flowering plant in sight in the world!

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    littlejohn Premium Member 4 months ago

    I guess that you could say that this year was sporadic in nature.

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    Meg: All Seriousness Aside  4 months ago

    Pollen from what?

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    Chithing Premium Member 4 months ago

    That’s pretty much what my living room feels like.

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    jagedlo  4 months ago

    “a bit”?

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    Chris  4 months ago

    yeesh! allergy city. :\

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    Just-me  4 months ago

    This past spring the pollen from everything, particularly from pines and pecans looked like a sandstorm. You could see it blow out of the trees in the wind. It would drift up like snow.

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 4 months ago

    It was a lot like that around here. I wonder what happens to all the pollen that doesn’t get “used”? Is it good fertilizer? I would think so. ;)

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    Zebrastripes  4 months ago

    I don’t see any flowering weeds, though…

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    preacherman  4 months ago

    Are you sure it’s not manna from heaven?

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    DatsunMan  4 months ago

    Looks like Raleigh area in the spring with all the pine pollen turning everything yellow , including the air.

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    yaakovashoshana  4 months ago

    Welcome to Texas.

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    blakerl  4 months ago

    Warning this cartoon may cause side effects, sneezing, runny eyes, coughing, and runny nose.

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    mindjob  4 months ago

    I was wondering why everybody has blood-shot eyes. I thought they were stoners

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    paranormal  4 months ago

    Just wait until the volcano erupts…

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    rzander906  4 months ago

    thor could open up his own rock and sell pollen milk, butter,,,,,hey!….it could happen

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    JPuzzleWhiz  4 months ago

    Now, there’s the understatement of the year, B. C.!

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    thuddriver01  4 months ago

    Pine pollen in the Florida panhandle.

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    ron  4 months ago

    Our Fir trees do that annually, and the stuff sticks like concrete to any damp surface.

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    David Huie Green LosersBlameOthers&It'sYOURfault  4 months ago

    My car often turns pine pollen yellow. I got a car once already close to that color. It turned pecan sap black.

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    zeexenon  4 months ago

    Wow, the bees were busier than usual. Imagine what their hives look like inside. Even a door-to-door Dyson salesman wouldn’t have enough to sell due to supply chain issues

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    Muzi54  4 months ago

    I guess there are some advantages to living in the desert SW after all, I don’t even know if I’d be allergic or not.

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    raybarb44  4 months ago

    Yummy….

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    J. R. M.   4 months ago

    I’ll remember this in a few months when it’s time to start shovelling the white pollen.

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    taz1313  4 months ago

    Looks like average normal Georgia spring. Their gonna have to come up with a new scale for us. A pollen count of 300ppm is extreme high, we generally have 30-60 days between 1,500ppm and 2,500ppm.

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    Night-Gaunt49[Bozo is Boffo]  4 months ago

    No flowers in evidence.

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    Realimaginary1 Premium Member 4 months ago

    Plenty of pollen to cross.

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    edeloriea14  4 months ago

    Curls: Great! Now I gotta shovel all of that pollen.

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    hagarthehorrible  4 months ago

    I dont see flowers laden with pollens in this strip ever.

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