Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for April 03, 2023

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    rmremail  11 months ago

    No, they broke up. May can get her own %#$@ flowers now.

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    rmremail  11 months ago

    The pessimist’s response. “I knew I should have listened to Noah”

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    saobadao  11 months ago

    And May Flowers bring pilgrams

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    fairportfan  11 months ago

    My ex-father-in-law sais “Optimists are never pleasantly surprised.”

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    Alexander the Good Enough  11 months ago

    Now that I have solar panels on my roof providing me with fusion power from the sun, it’s sunshine and photons that are “pennies from heaven.”

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    Sanspareil  11 months ago

    New Mayflowers could bring Maga pilgrims from across the seas!

    A new influx of moronicity.

    Let us pray!

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    ajmsdca  11 months ago

    In my part of the country it pretty much means less fire down the road

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    Alabama Al  11 months ago

    Judging from the scene out the window, that is one well-built house.

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    Heres Waldo  11 months ago

    In Chicago, April showers may bring flowers.

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    sirbadger  11 months ago

    Is this why home owner insurance rates are going up in Florida?

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    danketaz Premium Member 11 months ago

    Come to think of it, I do see a boat on the far horizon.

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    boneroller42  11 months ago

    I hope that they don’t live in an apartment.

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    TonysSon  11 months ago

    I hope she remembers that thought when she has to go out and seaweed the garden.

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    Enter.Name.Here  11 months ago

    She says, as he ponders the thickness and strength of that plate glass window..

    The annoyance of pessimism.

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    The dude from FL  Premium Member 11 months ago

    California, and it’s about to worse when the snow melts.

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    Doug K  11 months ago

    This April “shower” looks more like a bath …

    … and it looks they are kind of under water.

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    Eric Klein  11 months ago

    Those aren’t flowers, they are blooms

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    Isenthor1978  11 months ago

    I think it was an optimist who was thrown out of a life boat when the Titanic sank.

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    PraiseofFolly  11 months ago

    Say howdy to the new neighbors: Humanity’s time is coming to a close, Evolution is going in reverse. The gods have become bored with The Game of Life.

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    Anters55  11 months ago

    Well at least that nasty drought is no longer a cause for concern.

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    dot-the-I  11 months ago

    From the fish perspective, the Bickersons are a species exhibit in an aerorium.

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    Kurtass Premium Member 11 months ago

    March showers brought April floweres this year. It is also about time to mow, already.

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    jmcenanly  11 months ago

    Those May flowers are going to be water lilies

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    Count Olaf Premium Member 11 months ago

    Heeyyyyy…. its The Easter Carp!

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    Chris  11 months ago

    looks like a flood storm… reminds me of a dream I’ve had many years ago… :\

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    goboboyd  11 months ago

    It is April and we are preparing for a twelve inch snow fall this week. Fortunately I have a supply of popcorn and several bottles of wine in the pantry. Good to ‘not’ go out.

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    eolan59  11 months ago

    April floods bring May Flouders

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    russef  11 months ago

    An 11 year journey of Pibgorn continues. Where to next?

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    MS72  11 months ago

    Purty big Aquarium!

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    mindjob  11 months ago

    At least they saved on the admission price to Sea World

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    HOTLOTUS1  11 months ago

    I just like April’s showers. she gets out, her hair’s all wet….

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    bobpeters61  11 months ago

    I just wanna know who built that water tight house.

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    monya_43  11 months ago

    Unfortunately, all the flowers have drowned. All that rain was too much of a good thing.

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    ladykat  11 months ago

    That’s more like a flood than showers!

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    preacherman  11 months ago

    Except during climate change when April showers bring tornadoes.

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    ragsarooni Premium Member 11 months ago

    Aahhh….the irreversible beginnings of climate change…..

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    Ken Norris Premium Member 11 months ago

    Mayflowers bring furniture, duh…

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    rasputin's horoscope  11 months ago

    So far, continuous January, February, and March rains have brought weeds. Lots and lots of weeds.

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    pumaman  11 months ago

    Looks more likely to bring seaweed this year.

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    locake  11 months ago

    April is the second driest month in FL. I would love some rain.

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    locake  11 months ago

    What parts of the country actually get a lot of rain in April?

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    unfair.de  11 months ago

    The next month there will be sea anemones.

    In Florida you will need to get used to situations like that within the next few decades.

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    moondog42 Premium Member 11 months ago

    I hope they have acrylic windows, because only tempered glass is holding back that much water….

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    Mel-T-Pass Premium Member 11 months ago

    Ah, a strip in California set a few weeks from now when the snowmelt is in full swing.

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    tad1  11 months ago

    Pessimists can be equally annoying. (And also more depressing.)

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    Rista  11 months ago

    If April showers bring flowers, what does April snowstorms bring? I woke up to 4 fresh inches of the white stuff.

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    anomaly  11 months ago

    April showers bring May flounders.

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    dfischer348 Premium Member 11 months ago

    “April is the cruellest month, breeding Lilacs out of the dead land, mixing Memory and desire, stirring Dull roots with spring rain.”

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    Fuzzy Kombu  11 months ago

    Tulare Lake returns! (https://www.nytimes.com/2023/04/02/us/tulare-lake-california-storms.html)

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    Richard S Russell Premium Member 11 months ago

    A PESSIMIST sees a dark tunnel.

    An OPTIMIST sees light at the end of the tunnel.

    A REALIST sees a freight train.

    The engineer sees 3 idiots standing on the tracks.

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    gary.eddings4157 Premium Member 11 months ago

    And here perhaps the occasional coelacanth

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    the lost wizard  11 months ago

    For how long can you tread water? :)

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    6turtle9  11 months ago

    Well, Water Lillie’s are flowers.

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    198.23.5.11  11 months ago

    It never rains in sunny California….I’ve heard some people say….

    That it never rains in sunny California….as they swam past me downtown the other day……

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    john_chubb  11 months ago

    Wiley must be based on the West (or Left) coast.

    We are running a little dry, here in the eastern half of the continent!

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    Night-Gaunt49[Bozo is Boffo]  11 months ago

    All that ice from that Greenland iceberg melted.

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    Rayborg  11 months ago

    They must live in California’s Central Valley……..around Tulare!

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    Buoy  11 months ago

    The gilleded life.

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    amaryllis2 Premium Member 11 months ago

    We had a supposed 100-year flood in this part of northern CA about 25 years ago, and a friend opened his front door and suddenly saw his koi from his back yard pond swimming past his feet.

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    Bilan  11 months ago

    A point of contention, Miss Optimist. A shower is defined as A brief and usually light fall of rain, hail, sleet, or snow. That doesn’t qualify as brief or light.

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    Mediatech  11 months ago

    On the bright side, the drought is over.

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    oldwolf1951  11 months ago

    There is actually a picture of this window in real life. The window was so well built that it did this. People were saying it was a good ad for the installer.

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    keenanthelibrarian  11 months ago

    And, apparently, being under water. Had a bit of that going on in Oz lately; we’re on high(er) ground, so no damage, as yet.

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