@Coyoty Brilliant! (god, that was good.. excellent.. … wow.. … was that new?)
;-) I should always go back to the first panel when I’m at a loss..
Nope, somebody else.
I thought Harry Styles at first; but I’ve only gotten to know him the week, recently, when he was on The Late Late Show w/ James Cordon every night. He doesn’t feel like Harry Styles. (Oh yeah, and Saturday Night Live)
I had thought they had just stopped on GoComics when the strips caught up with the web site, which publishes new strips less often.
I see the last one on the Invisible Bread web site was 20170216 (from the bonus panel).
And.. I also just saw that, 2 months ago, Justin Boyd had posted this comment to the last comic on the site:“I’m taking a break right now from comics and planning for a return soonish!”
@WhiteHeron Thanks, I’m glad I asked. You know, I tell potential employers my memory’s still good and yet, when I resort to using asterisks to emphasize a word, I’m more-often-than-not surprised when the word is bolded. Occasionally I remember and hope for that outcome.
Was that asterisk supposed to mean something or help others figure out who “Happy” is? (…wondering if I’m missing some new meme or method)
Agreed, ;-) , the stripes couldn’t stop me feeling Toby in that clip.
I really like this arc. What a great idea! I only put Baldo on my (very short) list a few weeks ago.
I worked a pre-grad school summer in 1978 making an automatic tool to help in the plugging of some leaky pipes in a Westinghouse reactor. (After that summer, I found an article talking about that leak in Florida. What I’d thought was a “drip, drip” leak was actually a gallons per minute leak (the total of a bunch of pipes)).The only reason the heat transfer pipes formed leaks was that the utility didn’t conform to the clean water requirement and sludge settled around the pipe connections. The solidifying sludge basically strangled them (a good question would be to find out if newer models could mount this arrangement so sludge fell to the side).France has an easy philosophy of just following the instructions. They use a Westinghouse reactor and have had no problems and everyone has been happy. They even recycle the nuclear waste.Now it isn’t a complete electric utopia; when it came time to bury some of the nuclear waste in France, the revolt was widespread and loud. They’re working on it.
I got an especially deep laugh from todays strip, mostly due to the buildup.