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  1. about 9 years ago on Real Life Adventures

    See, the Paul & Art reference was nice until you tuned into a jerk and started hacking on the creative people here.

  2. about 9 years ago on Nest Heads

    No, they’re not authoritarian, she’s a brat. There’s a big difference.

  3. about 9 years ago on Nest Heads

    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.

  4. about 9 years ago on Lio

    Maybe it’s a giant space hamster — of Fear and Flame!Does anyone else get that joke?

  5. about 9 years ago on JumpStart

    Are you congenitally insane, or did you have to take a special class?This is a cartoon; “realistic” is not only optional, it’s almost entirely superfluous.

  6. about 9 years ago on Real Life Adventures

    That’s what she said.


  7. about 9 years ago on Pluggers

    As Penn Jillette wrote, it’s a better idea to get a primary or secondary sexual characteristic pierced — it’s less expensive, often safer, much more hip, and if you get tired of it you can just lose the metal and wait for the hole to heal over; but with a tattoo, unless you’re as rich as Johnny Depp you’ll spend the rest of your life wearing long sleeves or putting bandages over the name “Winona” on your arm.

  8. about 9 years ago on Nest Heads

    I’m way behind on getting my goofing off done…

  9. about 9 years ago on The Boondocks

    … if He/She/It wants to, yes.

  10. about 9 years ago on Real Life Adventures

    A good doctor wouldn’t yell at him — but gently make him feel so guilty that he loses his appetite. It works for my doctor…