Ben by Daniel Shelton for May 17, 2021

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    stairsteppublishing  12 months ago

    Doubt that Ben can move that pebble by himself.

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    pschearer Premium Member 12 months ago

    They live in New England??

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    catmom1360 Premium Member 12 months ago

    Hope Ben is from Krypton.

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    some idiot from R'lyeh Premium Member 12 months ago

    Heh, readers of the excellent Bozo from yesterday recognise this situation.

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    treutvid  12 months ago

    I’m in nj, I’ve got a bunch of those

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    Jeffin Premium Member 12 months ago

    Mmmmm Hmmmm.

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    theincrediblebulk  12 months ago

    Been there, moved that, had to fill in the resulting pit.

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    twstd  12 months ago

    Good luck, Ben

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    DDrazen  12 months ago

    Call Miss Dig; let them have the pleasure of unearthing Holder’s Boulder.

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    KEA  12 months ago

    It’s a ledge. (Mr Blandings reference)

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    NoNameOntheBullet  12 months ago
    Funeral for Ben will be held this coming Thursday!
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    poppacapsmokeblower  12 months ago

    I have a heavy steel rod I use to pry rocks from the ground, but first I estimate the rock’s size by tapping it with the rod. If the rod rings and vibrates I know the rock is too big. If I can feel ground vibrations then I can remove the rock.

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    rhpii  12 months ago

    Huge Meteorite found in Canadian’s back garden.

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    cuzinron47  12 months ago

    Move the hole maybe.

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    Raymond Powell  12 months ago

    That is literally how big the one is in my back yard. I just leave it alone. lol

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    Femi Aminat  Premium Member 12 months ago

    My parents house had a boulder in the basement, just a tiny bump not really noticeable; until they try to dig it up. They gave up the fight and decided to just cover it back up.

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    ComicGent  12 months ago

    Once upon a time we lived in the English Lake District and this type of gardening was the norm. The difficulty was to find soil !

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    Ricky Bennett  12 months ago

    Ben move it? Boulderdash!

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    pbr50138  12 months ago

    ROCK? That’s a boulder.

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