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“After we talk about you getting a second wife.”
Two wives? He might like that idea. Especially if one of them was a wage earner.
“I was just watching an astronomy show with Neil deGrasse Tyson, and they were talking about what lies beyond the universe — suggesting it’s not nothingness.”
That assumes that there’s a “beyond”, i.e., that the universe is finite but that it has to be “embedded” in something “infinite”.
The fact that we (well, most of “us”?) have trouble imagining something (e.g., that spatial “infinity” doesn’t actually exist) doesn’t mean that it’s impossible. There are several concepts whose reality has been demonstrated in physics which are contrary to the world as we perceive it. Multiple universes isn’t one of them.
The “conservatives”… desperately looking for 50 ways to shade “The Gray Lady”.
Pretty soon, coal won’t be enough for him; he’ll want to bring back whale oil lamps and the whaling industry.
The Platters recording of the song was in 1958, but it was written by Kern and Harbach for the 1933 musical Roberta.
Whatever it was, it’s cemented (i.e., “stuck”) in their memories.
That looks to me like a pre-nuptial DISagreement.
On the old sailing ships: Cathead = a projecting timber or metal beam to which an anchor is hoisted and secured
“Ziggy, you bought Greenland.”
Nope. He’s been scammed. That guy ain’t no Viking.
“What are you going to do with all that ice?”
Sell it to Trump, to protect our southern border.
“The parrots may just like the crunchiness of the pepper and its seeds.”
Unlikely. Mine didn’t show the same enthusiasm for peppers that weren’t “hot”.