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Dark Side of the Horse by Samson for September 28, 2020

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    Argythree  10 months ago

    Yep, that’s Apple for you; they don’t like any competition…

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    electricshadow Premium Member 10 months ago

    Next panel: Horace yells at the tree, “Hey, what’s the big idea? I’m asking you because I don’t remember mine.”

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    charles9156  10 months ago

    kinda like being struck by lightning ;+)

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    Doctor Toon  10 months ago

    I’m starting to think that tree does not like Horace

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    SquawkTron  10 months ago

    So much for that idea.

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    InTraining  10 months ago

    and it’s back to square one …!

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    Egrayjames  10 months ago

    How many Horace’s does it take to change a lightbulb? Neigh a one.

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    ChristineMurphy  10 months ago

    I can identify. With my short-term memory problems, all it takes is a little distraction and I’ve totally forgotten my great idea.

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    Zebrastripes  10 months ago

    There went THAT idea….

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    scyphi26  10 months ago

    Guess that tree sits within a “no bright ideas” zone.

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    cactusbob333  10 months ago

    One of Apple’s bad ideas.

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    R.U. Kidding  10 months ago

    Isaac Newton he is not.

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    Bob. Premium Member 10 months ago

    I think Horace needs to move.

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    Physicsfreak  10 months ago

    So far: Tree 74, Horace 2

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    mistercatworks  10 months ago

    He was just about to invent anti-gravity.

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    AndrewSihler1  10 months ago

    Aristotle taught that objects like stones, however inanimate, had agency, and sought (somehow) to be as close as possible to the center of the earth. Given the lasting influence of Aristotle’s thought, someone like Newton had to think outside the box. He didn’t get it quite right, thinking of gravity as a kind of force. I don’t know if he was troubled by the whole idea of forces acting at a distance.

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    sdjamieson Premium Member 10 months ago

    Your comics make me laugh out loud, and few others do. Brilliant! Have you ever thought about doing a collection of just your elevator strips?

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    Night-Gaunt49  10 months ago

    Isn’t it amazing how he can conjure up things seemingly from the air? A Houyhnhnm power.

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    Tigressy  10 months ago

    What – no oranges (“Apfelsine” – the former German word for it translates to “Chinese apple”) or pineapples? – Booooring.

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    Jeffin Premium Member 10 months ago

    You have no idea Horace.

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