Pearls Before Swine by Stephan Pastis for August 15, 2013

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    Bilan  almost 10 years ago

    Don’t they get that at home?

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    Sherlock Watson  almost 10 years ago

    I can just picture all the kids saying, “Look, Mommy, it’s Uncle Bob!”

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    waycyber  almost 10 years ago

    Where is DUFF BEER MAN? Where is Homer?

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    Varnes  almost 10 years ago

    Hey, give the kids lipstick, eye liner and multicolored Sharpies and let them go….Best time they ever had, I guarantee……..

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    Sisyphos  almost 10 years ago

    A little sip of beer given by a parent with care won’t harm the kids; in fact, it will do them some good, both short- and long-term, as they will grow up with a proper attitude towards and respect for beer, one of mankind’s earliest and greatest food-inventions. In many areas of Europe, a glass of beer (or wine) typically accompanies a meal.So, let’s all go to Rat’s Beer Land!

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    Kvasir42 Premium Member almost 10 years ago

    Rabbits Against Magic are giving Pastis some grief.

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    Brian Fink  almost 10 years ago

    Where are the drunk coeds?

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    vwdualnomand  almost 10 years ago

    or, the many times that passed out drunks got their faces written on with a sharpie. or, if it was near a college town, the many assaults on passed out women by guys.

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    John Falstaff  almost 10 years ago

    Eef you visit the casstle, stay OUT of the moat!

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    bbadenov  almost 10 years ago

    If you ever read the logs from the Pilgrim ship Mayflower, you will find that they stopped in Plymouth, MA because they ran out of beer and needed to make more. How beer changed history.

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    TheWildSow  almost 10 years ago

    A beer amusement park is neither new nor particularly unusual. What do you think “Busch Gardens” was started for?!

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    Shufflinjohn  almost 10 years ago

    So, how much is the entry fee ?

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    Carl Rennhack Premium Member almost 10 years ago

    @Earl Crokydile—as Tony Curtis (he’s Jamie Lee’s father) once alledgedly said, “Yonder lies de castle of my fadder”!

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    John Falstaff  almost 10 years ago

    “Now there is a big fine for barfing in a cab.”

    Hey, I SAID I was sorry!

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    Popeyesforearm  almost 10 years ago

    My fav is Pee-in-the-bushes land

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    MaNoah  almost 10 years ago

    i got a neighbor who fits this strip thread well.

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    mafastore  almost 10 years ago

    Like (Anheiser) Busch Gardens? Williamsburg, VA used to have tours of the brewery and free samples, now you have to register for the brewmaster class to get the free samples.

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    mafastore  almost 10 years ago

    bbadenov – when we went to Plymouth, decades ago, and they had just started doing first person interpretation (the person you are speaking with is the “person” from the period with no knowledge of “the future” I wondered if drinking of alcohol was allowed. Trying to put it in his terms (and not being one who drinks alcohol) I asked if he drank mead. He made a face and said that mead was terrible and no longer commonly drunk. Beer and near beer were the common drinks, but here in the colony the water was drinkable.

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    EmeraldKitsune943  about 6 years ago

    There’s a line forming at “It’s a Smashed World”!

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    IcePhoenix  over 5 years ago

    Mommy, all my problems just went away. That’s what I picture 9 year olds when going to Beer Land

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