Crankshaft by Tom Batiuk and Dan Davis for August 13, 2023

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    B UTTONS  8 months ago

    Welcome to the Crankshaft Mystery Garden.

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    J.J. O'Malley  8 months ago

    Is that Ed’s imaginary Inner Gardening Child?*

    *No, of course it’s supposed to be his great-grandson Mitch, who was born in the Valentine movie theatre during a snowstorm back in February of 2020, a fact which should make him a rather advanced three-year-old (assuming one discounts the reality-warping powers of a certain time-travelling janitor, which makes him a rather puny 13-year-old).

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    red_tape  8 months ago

    Looks like little Mitch had another growth spurt.

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    billsplut  8 months ago

    “I am RICTUS HOMUNCULOUS! The child of HORROR who haunts your…seeds? Last time I manifested, I was yelling ‘OH, BOY!’ over comic books, now…I am who? WHO IS RICTUS HOMUNCULOUS?! WHY DOES TOM MAKE ME EXIST?”

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    mfrasca  8 months ago

    Indigenous folk’s Three Sisters?

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    Blu Bunny  8 months ago

    A vegetable medley (blend)

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    rockyridge1977  8 months ago

    Variety is the spice of life……..hey, no weeds.

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    goboboyd  8 months ago

    The Three Sisters method, with a few cousins and a wayward Uncle mixed in.

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    French Persons Premium Member 8 months ago

    Is that Jfff’s imaginary Howdy-Dooty ego thing?

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    Al Fresco  8 months ago

    Does this mean no excess zucchini jokes this season?

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    DawnQuinn1  8 months ago

    Think of it as a positive. Atleast the garden IS growing. I have seen many that are a total failure.

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    ladykat  8 months ago

    At least the garden grew.

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    mountainclimber  8 months ago

    I mix it up in my planters. That way I can tell which the deer like and which they ignore.

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    daisypekin01  8 months ago

    hey, it looks like it works!

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    MuddyUSA  Premium Member 8 months ago

    The kid admits it…somewhat!

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    mkw Premium Member 8 months ago

    …and it was the best garden ever, because plants thrive outside of monoculture.

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    tammyspeakslife Premium Member 8 months ago

    It’s better for the soil this way. For those who don’t rotate their crops, you need to in order for the soil to retain the nutrients needed to grow healthy fruits and veggies

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    Mopman  8 months ago

    Can’t wait for tomorrow when it’s back to comic books.

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    paul GROSS Premium Member 8 months ago

    a real gardener could tell the difference between a watermelon seed and a corn seed.

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    PaulLeckner  8 months ago

    Stand and face the music, sonny. You shredded Ed’s classic baseball cards in the spokes of your bicycle.

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    rockyridge1977  8 months ago

    Ed, Ed, quite contrary, how does your garden grow?

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    [Unnamed Reader - 8f7cf7]  8 months ago

    Problem is I’m not aging as fast I should be aging

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    ToneeRhianRose  7 months ago

    Haha! XD

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