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Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for October 11, 2020

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    saobadao  11 months ago

    Wiley’s artistry is amazing

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    I Mad Am I  11 months ago

    Can I have a hammock between the tusks for a bed!?!?! (Smirk!)

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    Kveldulf  11 months ago

    In the later years of the last Ice Age, mammoth hunters in Siberia found a charming method of building homes:

    Step 1) Kill hundreds and hundreds of mammoths.

    Step 2) Eat as much meat as you desire, then leave the bones to be picked clean by scavengers.

    Step 3) Bring all the bones to the desired location and separate them by size and shape.

    Step 4) Carefully build large and secure homes out of the bones. Repeat as many times as desired until the mammoths are gone.

    Like I said, charming. Really charming. I can picture the men of Homer’s world doing this as soon as their newly acquired linguistic skills give them the intellectual capacity to think and plan.

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    Bilan  11 months ago

    Couldn’t they just go to a Motel 6? They left the light on for them.

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    nosirrom  11 months ago

    The first RVs.

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    MS72  11 months ago

    Is Wiley getting compensation from AMAZON.COM ???

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    Ralph Newbill  11 months ago

    This has to be the most ignorant story arc in comic history!

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    sandpiper  11 months ago

    Strip certainly beats the headlines as a good read

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 11 months ago

    Depending on your friends to protect you while you build your life is a comforting thought. Let’s have some comfort today. Okay?

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    VickiP123  11 months ago

    humans have been very happily driving Nature to extinction for many thousands of years and we’ve learned precisely diddly squat how to stop our own stupidity.

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    danketaz Premium Member 11 months ago

    Next week Homer finds out why you don’t play leapfrog with a mammoth.

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    ChukLitl Premium Member 11 months ago

    So we use our stinky tech to build our imitation caves & barbecue our imitation burgers. Sorry, my mouth’s watering, thinking of a stinky fire with a mammoth shank turning over it. Stinky boy genes persist.

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    briangj2  11 months ago

    And this is how the “no more stinking man-cave” movement began.

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