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Endtown by Aaron Neathery for May 19, 2017

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    Vet Premium Member over 4 years ago

    I thought his platform was to rise from the underground and kick Topsider butts. Take action and take back what rightfully belongs to them. Now he states a six year surplus? Interesting…….

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    Cheapskate0  over 4 years ago

    Is the six year food supply pork? Is the rabbit the real villain in this arc?

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    A_Dream4u  over 4 years ago

    We’ll see if the “food” (Beans) are still there Monday!

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    RickD Premium Member over 4 years ago

    If the rabbit isn’t behind the disappearances, then whoever is is might be trying to plant the idea that there’s a food shortage to justify the “harvest” of disappearing people.

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    Erwin Schwartz Premium Member over 4 years ago

    Does the “six year stockpile” mean a surplus or a finite end of the food supply?

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    mr_sherman Premium Member over 4 years ago

    Is that information six years old?

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    Dragoncat  over 4 years ago

    As someone who used to work for a newspaper, I know… You can’t just sneak in stories/advertisements. There are protocols that must be followed to ensure that the production of each newspaper issue goes smoothly. I can’t believe that these stories are being snuck in without the proper authorization. Someone at the top of the pile is behind this, and I fear it won’t end with all the pigs disappearing. If this mystery is not solved soon, who knows which animal-type will be next. Someone may be in the mood for a rabbit stew…

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    Dragoncat  over 4 years ago

    Good luck getting Dottie to look into this! She’s having way too much fun posting stories about poor, innocent wolves getting clobbered by police to wonder how much food is really in the fridge.

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    Cheapskate0  over 4 years ago

    Rabbit’s artwork is particularly Disney-esque, in my opinion. Of course, they don’t show Song of the South anymore, so it’s hard to compare.

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    Cheapskate0  over 4 years ago

    Or, was I thinking Alice. As in Wonderland, not the Restaurant. But wait – that might be next: Rabbit stew in Alice’s Restaurant! (Just have to wait for it to come around on the guitar, now…)

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    Three Steps Over Japan  over 4 years ago

    Told you. Buttloads of food. Just doling it out REALLY slowly. 6 years’ worth, if only 3 people are doing the eating.

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    the other ghost girl  over 4 years ago

    maybe the issue is that rabbit is factoring the milk and eggs that are now legal to consume.

    Just because it’s legal now doesn’t mean that people are actually going to eat it, not to mention share what they produce when they can use it to feed themselves or their families.

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    Baslim the Beggar Premium Member over 4 years ago

    @Dragoncat: It looks like the rabbit is stewing already…

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    Coyoty Premium Member over 4 years ago

    It’s not just basics like beans. Security at least has a good supply of food people really want to eat, like steaks, and it’s not anyone anyone knows. Flask said the good stuff is one of the perks of the job.

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    Coyoty Premium Member over 4 years ago

    Up until the Council was dissolved, though, everyone was under the impression that the food situation was dire enough that they had to send people outside to risk their lives finding more food. Was it all a lie to keep people under control? The Duchess and Marx could have arranged for enough food to last until it was safe to leave Endtown.

    Marx said Jacob needed to be in control for the greater good. The crisis may not have been uncovered yet, and Jacob will be the one to find out what secrets have been kept from the people of Endtown. As the main source of information for the town, the newspaper is the best way to control the information everyone gets, and the information everyone doesn’t get.

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    Robert Nowall Premium Member over 4 years ago

    I don’t like to read that anonymous stuff unless I know who wrote it.

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    Erwin Schwartz Premium Member over 4 years ago

    Sow-lent Green – - – It’s people of the porcine variety. I’m sure Charlton Heston never said it that way.

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    Cheapskate0  over 4 years ago

    Neil Wick, a commentator in Dick Tracy, came up with an extension that cures most comment problems. It works like this:

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    Cheapskate0  over 4 years ago

    Neil Wick, commentator in Dick Tracy, came up with a decent temporary fix: Add ?comments=visible to the end of the URL string. Makes most of the problems go away.

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    Cheapskate0  over 4 years ago

    Vis: gocomics.com/endtown becomes gocomics.com/endtown?comments=visible

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    Cheapskate0  over 4 years ago

    Not obvious above, but there is no space or character between “?” and “comments=visible”

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    Cheapskate0  over 4 years ago

    …com/endtown?comments=visible

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    Robert Nowall Premium Member over 4 years ago

    I couldn’t make the comments visible yesterday for a while…the problem seems to have gone away by itself. The constant having to sign in hasn’t changed much, though.

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    NeuroManson  over 4 years ago

    If that’s 6 years of beans, the smell should have reached the topsiders by now. Perhaps they need an alternate food source (and with the sensitivity of wolves noses, who wouldn’t get grumpy living in a bottled fart?).

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