Perhaps the best Father’s Day strip of all!
HAPPY FATHERS DAY
Wasn’t there a “Far Side” joke like this?
“If we pull this off, we’ll eat like kings!”
Altitude is everything!
And a dad puts Danae in a sticky situation.
Thanks Wiley! Happy fathers day to all the Dad’s out their.
Uh-oh, looks like the intelligence enhancing plasmoid has reached them. (It only effects animals not humans.) Created from the Toxoplasmosis gondii that is known to infect humans from their cats. Causes rats to expose themselves to be killed and eaten by cats in order to finish that part of the Toxoplasmosis gonii’s life cycle. All the way from Birdwell Island to here.
Some neurologists and parasitologists do wonder what it does, if anything to the human brain. Some have begun exploration to find out.
This version manipulates the PPP1R1B gene. Or it will encode it into any genome that doesn’t have it.
Variations in the PPP1R1B gene are linked to a mess of mental disorders, including bipolar disorder. The protein that the gene codes for is also linked to increased intelligence.
This actually happens fairly regularly on our morning rides. He or she who is in the lead, eats the webs.
@Night-Gaunt45: A little something ‘extra’ in your coffee this am?
Happy Father’s Day!!
Good thing she’s as big as she is, if she were smaller that spider would have an interesting meal to get through.
no faster way to learn karate then a spider web to the face
Speaking of spiders, check out the sorting hat spider, identified in India, and named by two scientists who are Harry Potter fans. VERY COOL! Oh, yeah, and I like the strip, too, Wiley. . .
Ugh and ick – cobwebs in the face.
Clearly not how I remember going fishing with my Dad, Mr. Miller, but the sentiment’s the same. Happy Father’s Day!
This is actually just a very accurate representation of riding in the woods.
You should experience this in the tropics …
Oh boy. It was funny until that phycho-sick Goth brat came along on her horse-hallucination. GAG!
a little guidance goes a long way
I always knew they were put in my path intentionally.
How else are spiders to get sufficient prey?
Uh huh I knew it!
A father-son gross out moment. Wonderful.
But better than when my horse, cutting cattle, ran me into some catclaw acacia down in Arizona!
Yeah, well I don’t know what you do with it – I’ve never caught one before.