Frazz by Jef Mallett for March 31, 2023

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    onespiceybbw  6 months ago

    Banana skins hang around a lot longer than you’d think.

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    Rhetorical_Question   6 months ago

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    danketaz Premium Member 6 months ago

    That’s been the Tasmanian devils’ major problem too. They go after the road kill and get hit themselves.

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    Carl  Premium Member 6 months ago

    Then there are the scavengers eating the scavengers that were eating ….

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    P51Strega  6 months ago

    First, throwing things from a moving vehicle is distracting to other drivers. Second, it’s gross, Third, most bananas sold in the US have so much pesticide residue that they warn not to compost them.

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    Wilson Lumley  6 months ago

    I’m more concerned about someone peeling and eating a banana while driving.

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    IAIS604  6 months ago

    Who is eating lots of bananas in a car?

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    Doug K  6 months ago

    So then it should also be okay to (pick up and) throw scavengers that have gotten run over out your window.

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    Chris  6 months ago

    depends on where ya throw the peel.

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    sandpiper  6 months ago

    Like many kids – the grungier the story the more fun.

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    Jhony-Yermo  6 months ago

    Banana peels, orange peels, etc. So manytake a long long time to decompose. So IMNSHO they are trash and litter. LNT (Leave No Trace). Thanks once again Jef—great comic, great message, and great art.

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    Ignatz Premium Member 6 months ago

    So make sure to throw them in the grass next to the road. Win-win.

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    jessegooddoggy  6 months ago

    Orange peels along the trail…grrrrr!

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  6 months ago

    It’s elitist of you to expect me to properly dispose of trash. Nature is my refuse bin!

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    Ken Otwell  6 months ago

    Throw them into the weeds or shrubs off the side of the road, not on the pavement.

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    jmorris9999 Premium Member 6 months ago

    Not in Texas. The only thing that can be thrown out the window is water.

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    Bilan  6 months ago

    Banana peels are still an eyesore until they decompose and they’re a breeding ground for more flies.

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    LNER4472 Premium Member 6 months ago

    To add to the great many articles and scolds that will tell you at great length why this is a bad idea:

    Here in Arizona I maintain two large compost piles of combinations of some plant clippings, dried coffee grounds used as chicken coop bedding/“chicky litter”, chicken manure, wood chips, and some produce waste (peels, etc.). The mother-in-law persists in tossing orange peels and banana peels and pineapple cuttings in the one pile. Even with watering down the piles, I’ve pulled them up a year or two later still intact but mummified, with NO discernible decomposition.

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    Cow man  6 months ago

    I never could understand way people can’t just leave their trash in the vehicle until they get somewhere to dispose of it proper. I live down a dirt side road and the thing I find most are empty beer cans and fast food wrappers.

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