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Cul de Sac by Richard Thompson for January 25, 2021

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  3 months ago

    stop talking nonsense, Kevin, you buckethead

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    Wilde Bill  3 months ago

    When the guy with the map says it’s going to rain, it doesn’t because I live in Arizona.

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    JH&Cats  3 months ago

    Alice standing on the molding to get high enough is a realistic detail. I do that all the time. (Also climb on shelves at the supermarket, as all the desirable goods are too high up and/or too far back for self-service.)

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    TampaFanatic1  3 months ago

    The dude with the map on the TV is usually wrong as often as he is right Kevin! Then again if you see Jim Cantori of the Weather Channel in you hometown on TV and you live on the coast, watch out, means a tropical system, likely a hurricane is lurking and your hometown is in the “cone of uncertainty”. Good chance the storm misses (though near misses can still cause tons of damage) but people really do not like seeing that dude roll into town…..

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    Liverlips McCracken Premium Member 3 months ago

    Kevin is, from a four year old’s perspective, right. Unfortunately, the only person who controls that guy is that guy. That’s why the ice cube is so appealing. It gives the flush-er the illusion of influence over the future.

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    some idiot from R'lyeh Premium Member 3 months ago

    Jeez, Kevin.

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    gbars70  3 months ago

    The buckethead is now the seer! Alice needs a dose of humility.

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    222jo  3 months ago

    Yeah Kevin!

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    Doctor Toon  3 months ago

    I go for the sympathetic magic method

    Pour water on the ground and look to the sky then say “I have made the ground wet here, now you do it everywhere ok?”

    It works about as well as flushing ice cubes

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    Melki Premium Member 3 months ago

    Throw some mulch at that buckethead, Alice!

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    Ralph Newbill  3 months ago

    Wait! Do I see two ‘bucket heads’?

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    diskus Premium Member 3 months ago

    The snow casting strip. https://www.gocomics.com/culdesac/2010/01/18/

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    brick10  3 months ago

    OK, then. The lady with the maps who panics …,!

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    Diat60  3 months ago

    Anybody here have faith in the power of grown-ups? Anybody?

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    PoodleGroomer  3 months ago

    They panic and hide under the desk while pointing at the radar map if it is a tornado or hurricane except for the new hire that has to go and chase it in the SUV.

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    joannesshadow  3 months ago

    In Massachusetts, every little flurry is now treated like the Blizzard of 78. Not by the forecasters, but the people who rush to the supermarket to buy their perishables in case the power goes out, or they are stranded in the wilderness of suburbia for a whole day. And I want to know, what did they do with the shovel they bought last year?

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    gigagrouch  3 months ago

    5 to 8 inches predicted for tonight here…

    Going out for bread & milk this morning.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6zaVYWLTkU

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    oldlady07 Premium Member 3 months ago

    Lived on an island in the Pacific for awhile. Quite a few typhoons. Somebody told me to watch the weather lady on local TV. If the typhoon threat was really serious, she wore more makeup.

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    DCBakerEsq  3 months ago

    The weather babe hotties on the local Los Angeles stations are way too distracting. I never know what they’re pretending to forecast.

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    stamps  3 months ago

    You know it’s going to be a major snow storm if the TP aisle is sold out.

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    nerdhoof  3 months ago

    What about the guy who draws on the map with magic marker? Yeah, we’re glad he’s gone.

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    nerdhoof  3 months ago

    If flushing ice cubes makes it snow, I’d hate to think what the weather is usually like in that town.

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    Publius10608218  3 months ago

    The kids here must have flushed a bucket of ice cubes. Quite the blizzard here.

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    gary812abc  3 months ago

    Who the heck is Kevin? I thought his name was bucket head.

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    Thomas R. Williams  3 months ago

    Richard was probably thinking of Bob Ryan, whom he frequently mentioned at his Poor Almanac.

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    Craig Westlake  3 months ago

    Alice’s theory must be correct; all through my life the things I flush seem to fall upon me…

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    cknoblo Premium Member 3 months ago

    Good thing I stocked up last week. We have 5 or 6 inches of snow so far, with another 5 or 6 before it’s over. I’ve already cancelled my dental cleaning for tomorrow.

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    Sisyphos  3 months ago

    Our first serious snow of the season (6-9 inches) was supposed to begin around 4:00 PM; now, closing in on 7:00 PM, it is only slowly beginning to cover the street on which I live. Never believe the weather forecast without a bit of skepticism….

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    diskus Premium Member 3 months ago

    Here they are predicting anywhere from 2- 10 inches, of rain.

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