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I think we can all agree on the damaging effects of the sun's harsh UV rays to human skin. That's why we protect ourselves with proper clothing and of course, sunscreen. Especially today, on Sunscreen Day.

Where opinion is sadly more divided, however, is on the listenability of Baz Luhrmann's 1999 travesty modest hit "Everybody's Free (To Wear Sunscreen)" AKA "The Sunscreen Song." We're loath to weigh in on the debate, lest we alienate Baz Luhrmann fan club members, so read these funny comics about not being burnt to a crisp and do some soul-searching about your musical tastes once you've finished.

 

Garfield By Jim Davis July 11, 1997

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Off the Mark By Mark Parisi July 2, 2016

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FoxTrot By Bill Amend June 25, 2006

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Peanuts By Charles Schulz June 21, 1990

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Adam@Home By Rob Harrell July 22, 2011

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Phoebe and Her Unicorn By Dana Simpson Aug 7, 2016

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Jeff Stahler June 16, 2011

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The Argyle Sweater By Scott Hilburn July 29, 2013

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Brevity By Dan Thompson May 14, 2009

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Savage Chickens By Doug Savage Aug 8, 2013

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Drabble By Kevin Fagan July 16, 2006

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Close to Home By John McPherson June 21, 1993

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Frank and Ernest By Thaves April 20, 2015

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Big Nate By Lincoln Peirce Aug 27, 1994

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Thatababy By Paul Trap July 30, 2016 

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