FoxTrot by Bill Amend for December 23, 2004

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    jslicer9  over 11 years ago


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    adddennisw4  over 10 years ago

    perhaps this would be a good time for a hot chocolate break.

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    Marathon Zack  over 8 years ago

    As to the question in the final frame: Yes.

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    TheEmeraldPark  almost 5 years ago


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    alexzinuro  about 3 years ago

    Not necessarily. Since Roger’s dreaming, they could be great auks, even though in real life, this bird was hunted to extinction by 1844. The great auk, in fact, was the original “penguin”; this term was applied to it before it was applied to any of whom we consider penguins today (eg. the Emperor, King, Adelie, rockhopper, and gentoo). Like penguins, the great auk was black and white, flightless, semiaquatic, and ate fish. Auks (such as puffins and guillemots) and penguins, of course, belong to separate orders.

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