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On the front page of this site I can see at least three comics that haven’t had a new strip for many decades before the site existed. I don’t see any reason to make comics unavailable when there are people who want to read them, do you?
“Hold on, I’m receiving an update. A correction to our previous story: It doesn’t hurt at all. In fact it’s very comfortable in here.”
I’d like to meet one who can just explain the flat earth map. I have so many questions about how that math works. How they even managed to develop some crooked form of geometry that must be able to, on paper, turn the curvature of the earth into straight lines. Like, does it take trigonometry into account and somehow proves it wrong, or does it operate on some completely separate track?
And Amazon’s march to make Jeff Bezos a trillionaire continues to this day. . .
It’s the same for me even though I don’t talk unless I absolutely have to!
I have had this conversation about three times this year. Always the same script. You people are literally crawling everywhere on the Internet to tell people to “admit Ghostbusters was a bad movie”. Five years too late to affect its box office record. It’s hilarious.
According to TV shows I’ve watched, that’s exactly the sound people make when they’ve damaged the speech center of the brain. Realism!
Of course, we should just “get over” how the most economically and militarily powerful nation in the world abandoned democracy and accountability in favor of fascism. All the people who’ve died to protect Trump’s rule should just " get over it". The nine black men who’s been hanged in trees in the last week and had a police force immediately decide, without any autopsies or witnesses or anything, that they all died by suicide, should just “get over it”. That is the basic argument of someone who knows he stands for nothing and still wants to somehow defend it.
I know this one. A child prodigy who’s never given the opportunity to develop her gift and slowly sinks into the average. Me, I’m an absolute genius when it comes to language and storytelling, but my childhood was just a litany of “I’m good with numbers and I’m going to becomea professor of mathematics and make a lot of money somehow without ever having to challenge myself”.