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Garfield by Jim Davis for June 20, 2003

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    comicgirl1000  over 12 years ago

    man he was fat

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    Programgod  over 9 years ago

    Actually, Futurama is back on the air with new episodes! Good stuff mainerd!! :-D

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    Dark ages  over 8 years ago

    Yay other Garfield is still here.

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    NewOrleansSaints  about 5 years ago

    I love the throwback Garfield!

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    cyberchase07  over 2 years ago

    how did we survive back then withOUT 200 channels?!

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    alexzinuro  7 months ago

    I wouldn’t know, since I was born in 1982, but in the first panel, 1978 Garfield may have a point. Back in 1978, there were fewer humans and there was less livestock, and there was a lot more biodiversity. California alone had millions of monarch butterflies; today, they’ve almost disappeared from that state as a result of anthropogenic factors such as habitat destruction and spraying of pesticides on milkweed. The gastric-brooding frog of Australia still existed; this species has not been reported since 1981. The northern subspecies of the white (more appropriately, “square-lipped”) rhino still existed. There were healthy numbers of the axolotl salamander of Mexico, and the vaquita porpoise from off the western coast of Mexico; today, the vaquita is virtually extinct, and the axolotl, while common as a pet, is virtually extinct in the wild. Efforts to protect the saiga antelope of central Asia and boost its population were successful; today, sadly, it has again been hunted close to extinction, and also suffers from attacks by feral domestic dogs. There were more Tasmanian devils, and they didn’t suffer from facial tumors. Bats didn’t suffer from WNS (White Nose Syndrome). African vultures were more common. Rainforests and sea ice were more extensive as well. There was no COVID-19. Parents had more time to spend with their children. There was no Disney version of The Little Mermaid (this came out in 1989), so people must have had more appreciation for the original book version by Hans Christian Andersen. Rich’s and Benny’s were still in business.

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    WentBrown  about 2 months ago

    Wow Garfield loves tv.

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    WentBrown  27 days ago

    Some things are better but others are worse.

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