Whenever I see a cartoon like this I wonder what comics-biz subplot there might be. I Googled a bit and found nothing current, but I didn’t realize John Allen was not the first Nest Heads cartoonist, taking over the strip in 2001, about 2 years before this site’s oldest archived strip.
Or maybe they’re saying, “See you online.” (Or even “See you on GoComics.com.”)
When I finally dropped the newspaper, there was very little left but ads, I still need paper for the bird room and the kitchen perch, but I get enough with the free grocery flyers (I still toss all the undersize and slick paper).
1) It’s “Web site” (not “web sight”) — the World Wide Web is a proper noun, and you’re talking about a location, not a view.2) There is no need to recycle paper products, since (a) they degrade in landfills much faster than plastics or metals, (b) recycling paper costs more, and does more harm to the environment, than dumping it, © the timber industry in North America (both paper and lumber) plants twice as many trees as they harvest, and there are currently much more mature trees in the U.S. than there were 50 years ago, and (d) there is no space crisis on our landfills — the only problem is that no one wants landfills anywhere near where they live.