Lay Lines by Carol Lay for September 21, 2020


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    Three Steps Over Japan  4 months ago

    While you’re there, get the ice cream! Try the Rocky Road!

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    jmcenanly  4 months ago

    Elon Musk is working on it.

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    gigagrouch  4 months ago

    Things are more like they were now than they have ever been before.

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    praesodynium  4 months ago

    This episode of Futurama won an Emmy. (But of course this comic preceded it by many years.)

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    Meh~tdology, fka Pepelaputr   4 months ago

    Unless Time somehow adheres to this planet, it is not only years ago, but millions and millions of miles/kgs behind us like the tail of a comet, receding further and further away along the path already taken by our solar system as it speeds through our local galaxy.

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    The Brooklyn Accent  4 months ago

    “Who knows where the time goes? Who knows where the time goes?” —S. Denny

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    drycurt  4 months ago

    One cannot go back in time, because it doesn’t actually exist. The future is now.

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    Dragoncat  4 months ago

    Yesterday was history. Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift, that’s why it’s called the “present”.

    Learn to cherish it.

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    mistercatworks  4 months ago

    If you’re waiting for things to get better, talk to some older people. Then, live the hand you’ve been dealt.

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    GaryCooper  4 months ago

    We are all traveling through time, but only in one direction.

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    wrenshaw  4 months ago

    Did he find himself at the Restaurant at the end of the Universe?

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    Steve Dutch  4 months ago

    What had been special and new became just what was. One of the most profound observations I’ve ever seen.

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