Brewster Rockit probaby knows the Hare people. Maybe, he’ll provide directions.
It was a good call — and I said so, at the time. By “good call”, I mean: noticing details; connecting several dots; and engaging in creative and logical speculation about what comes next. Florchi does that frequently, and it makes her/his comments a good read. This forum could use more florchis.
However, that was not what Nun’Ya Bidness™ and I were saying. We were speculating too (it’s fun, more people should try it); but, by then, we had more information, and so, we reached different conclusions.
I’m visiting you from tomorrow (Tuesday, which is now, my today), to suggest you read my comment beginning: “This sheds new light on Doc’s …”.
I just reread some of yesterday’s comments; and, I realize that Nun’Ya Bidness™ proposed this scenario first. This is me, giving credit where it’s due: Nun’Ya Bidness™, you own this one.
I think the writer has demonstrated an ability to deal with complexity.
The Fly involved a teleportation device, that accidently became a gene-splicing machine.
Last May 4 , Doc used a “space-time folding device”, for instant travel. Imagine if that device had also gene-spliced the traveler’s genes.
We’re all just commenting on a comic strip that (most of) us like (for the most part, most of the time). That, alone, gives (most) everyone here something in common. Looking forward to future discussions, with you, and other super/meh/reluctant/occasional/anti fans.
This sheds new light on Doc’s extensive (and rather strange) collection of Newton’s Cradle desktop toys, in yesterday’s strip. Combined with Doc’s snarky reply to Oop (“Of course not!”); it now seems likely that a stream of time-travelers have been bringing these toys to him. Who are these time-travelers? Could they all have been A&O, caught on a time loop? Could they have been A & O doppelgangers, from multiple alternate universes?
Oh, and how long before the raccoons, and doppelgangers from E2 arrive, to join forces and save the multiverse?
Yes, folks, this is indeed a time-travel story. (See yesterday’s feature comment.) Am I gloating? Well, perhaps a bit.
That’s really surprising to me. I’ve used the term “comments board” here, several times before; and no one seemed to misunderstand. Everyone knows what a “discussion board” is — especially, anyone who recalls “bulletin boards”, from dial-up days. I would have used that term; except the header for this forum is titled: comments. Hence, "comments board ", meaning the forum, upon which we care now posting comments.
If I were going to flag a comment, for the moderators review — I’d call it: “flagging a comment”. I can see the little flag, by each comment.
Then, there’s context — I was clearly making a jest about the writing on this comments board — a significant fraction of which are snarky comments about writing, directed at the strips author.