B.C. by Mastroianni and Hart for November 05, 2020

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    jonathan  almost 3 years ago

    Why would he know what concrete feels like?

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    I Mad Am I  almost 3 years ago

    Whole different entry for the passing out and slowly sinking into oblivion. Or the predators lurking around for the delivered snack.

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    danketaz Premium Member almost 3 years ago

    Next time skip it.

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    DaveG1960  almost 3 years ago

    Comic physics…..

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    Mordock999 Premium Member almost 3 years ago

    I don’t know what you’re belly-aching about.

    YOUR “flight” went better that Icarus’ Did.

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    rshive  almost 3 years ago

    Well, he could have landed on the rocks.

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    jagedlo  almost 3 years ago

    Was this the design that was being sketched in yesterday’s BC?

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    Gent  almost 3 years ago

    I never knew book, pen, and concrete was invented in B.C.

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    1953Baby  almost 3 years ago

    WHAT are you doing in water? Water is for drinking, for showering, and MAYBE for sticking your toe in, if you’re so foolish as to go to a BEACH . . where there’s SAND. . . can you tell I’m a hammock person???

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    Purple People Eater  almost 3 years ago

    I read about a study once, where they dropped eggs on grass, concrete, and water, and compared how many broke and how many remained whole in each case (college students do lot’s of weird things). Their conclusion was that water is harder than grass, but not as hard as concrete.

    Oh… btw… I read this in a peer-reviewed journal.

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    cpiller Premium Member almost 3 years ago

    Mythbusters pretty well worked out that 2nd one — it was awesome!

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    Michael G.  almost 3 years ago

    If you fell into Kill Van Kull (between Staten Island and New Jersey) you’d dissolve!

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    bsisler21  almost 3 years ago

    “High up enough”? Someone needs to work on their grammar.

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    zeexenon  almost 3 years ago

    Both he and the water are very dense.

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member almost 3 years ago

    This is what it would look like if Wile E Coyote had a minion. He still wouldn’t get the Road Runner though.

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    joefearsnothing  almost 3 years ago

    Hydroplane racers will tell you after they crash at well over 100 mph that water feels exactly like concrete! :o0

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    TexTech  almost 3 years ago

    Sort of reminds me of a reply on the old Hollywood Squares show. They asked Cliff Arquette (aka Charley Weaver), “How high should you be before jumping out of an airplane?” Charley’s reply was “I reckon three days of steady drinking should do it.”

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    ChessPirate  almost 3 years ago
    - Your upper vocal range increases exponentially compared to your increasing downward velocity…
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    WCraft Premium Member almost 3 years ago

    Ah – the dreaded “belly flop!”

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    cuzinron47  almost 3 years ago

    But you achieved new heights.

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    KEA  almost 3 years ago

    You really don’t have to be that high. Water is incompressible, so if you hit it flat it is very much like hitting a solid wall… or worse.

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    Bill The Nuke  almost 3 years ago

    Water is indeed essentially uncompressible.

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    Steve_The_Beard  almost 3 years ago

    Been there, done that – I was 14 when I lost it off a 5-metre board and hit the water flat!

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