Birdbrains by Thom Bluemel for February 06, 2010

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    COWBOY7  over 12 years ago

    Since when are there eleven pinguins in bowling? Being an avid bowler, I’m highly offended!

    Good Saturday Morning Thom, Tribe & All

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    WoodEye  over 12 years ago

    You could go “ON STRIKE!”

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    Llewellenbruce  over 12 years ago

    There’s no bears at the South Pole.

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    WoodEye  over 12 years ago

    No, but there’s bowling…. and talking penguins.

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    COWBOY7  over 12 years ago

    That’s the other South Pole?

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    holeinmyshoe  over 12 years ago

    Maybe #11 is the pin spotter.

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    johnnydoc5  over 12 years ago

    Must be the south magnetic pole. And for the record, I am as good at bowling as that bear is.

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    carmy  over 12 years ago

    I see faces on some of the bowling balls. I hope they have workers comp because they’re going to it.

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    lewisbower  over 12 years ago

    Now in what comic did I read about “Bi-polar”misrepresentations?

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    Bargrove  over 12 years ago

    Ah, first prize, Lewreader. You do have competition from Lonewolf with pinquins. He is either a bad speller or a marvelous punster, since the Penquins are bowling pins. hmmmmmm

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    COWBOY7  over 12 years ago

    Mr Bargrove, Good morning sir. Thank you for noticing my post. I am anal about my spelling and spelling in general. I hope that answers your thoughts.

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    Bargrove  over 12 years ago

    Lonew….I notice many of your posts,

    and you are often quite clever.

    If it weren’t for spell check, I’d be toast.

    hmmmm I should have ordered that

    on Big Top.

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    Ray_C  over 12 years ago

    I think the eleventh penguin must be a spare.

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    trekkermint  over 12 years ago

    simplest reason - all these pole problems take place at zoos or sanctuaries

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    tabbylynn  over 12 years ago

    Thom Thom you must have the same games on your computer as i do… polar bowler… and i think theres one with penguins as well.

    this is great.

    from my bowling class and what i learned, he is so about to throw a curve ball (yes they have those in bowling)

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    cleokaya  over 12 years ago

    All in all I prefer a good pole dance.

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    celeconecca Premium Member over 12 years ago

    This is what I get for being late - all the good lines have been given. Congrats to all of you- you have framed your responses well.

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    bmonk  over 12 years ago

    ♠Lonewolf♠ said, about 11 offenses ago

    “Since when are there eleven pinguins in bowling? Being an avid bowler, I’m highly offended!”

    Obviously, he got a spare!

    Oh, shucks! Ray C beat me to it!

    And Thom often seems to have a bigger game in mind than the one he draws for us–maybe that’s why he has extra players?

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    celeconecca Premium Member over 12 years ago

    @El Dorado Disc Golf Thankee much! It’s so great that someone knew a Shmoo! It’ll go back up after Valentine’s Day.

    I changed my avatar after my last post so your comment will make no sense to anyone who hadn’t seen my old avatar.

    Love L’il Abner!

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    celeconecca Premium Member over 12 years ago

    No Kickapoo Joy Juice for me! Too much of a kick!

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    freeholder1  over 12 years ago

    sorry, lonewolf, but I say: Offend the bowler all you want, Mr. Bear. At least you’ve found a way to hire EXTRA help in this lousy economy. I’d take the job in a minutes if it paid enough fish. Besides, who wants to listen to a lone wolf who hangs out with people in a chat room. That in itself is a contradiction.

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    freeholder1  over 12 years ago

    Besides, I recognize him as the polar bear from “Lost”. Obviously he needed another gig and posing for cartoons pays the bill. Plus there’s the travel from a south seas island to the SP which was a much shorter trip.

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    Saucy1121 Premium Member over 12 years ago

    The eleventh pinguin is the pinsetter/ball return boy. Anyone remember how that worked before all the automations? That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.

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    Shikamoo  over 12 years ago

    There’s no penguins at the North Pole!

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    Rakkav  over 12 years ago

    Anybody remember “Chilly Willy” while you’re at it? Didn’t he (a penguin) run into a polar bear once in a while?

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    bmonk  over 12 years ago

    This is, apparently, neither the North nor the South Pole. It’s the Cartoon Pole, inhabited by Polar Bears, Penguins, and (off camera), Eskimos in igloos, who travel by dog sled.

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    Rakkav  over 12 years ago

    Bingo, bmonk! Cartoon Biology, then…

    This might be the East Pole, which Pooh wanted Christopher Robin to help him find. Pooh only found it in a dream, and only Wild Woozles were there at the time, but it was a very cold and snowy pole. Perhaps these are some of the other denizens…

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