Buckles by David Gilbert for April 02, 2023

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    dadthedawg  8 months ago

    How do you set that internal clock?…..

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    Sue Ellen  8 months ago

    At the time this comic was written, today would have been the start of DST. I still have an old alarm clock that auto resets but is stuck on the old schedule, so I have to manually reset it 4 times a year! Yes, I’ve checked, and it doesn’t have the option to turn off DST. I know it wouldn’t cost much to replace, but it’s also a radio/CD player/white noise machine and the numbers are big enough I can read them without my glasses.

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    iggyman  8 months ago

    We all had to do that Buckles! Like you might say it was “Ruff”!

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    Eric Thom Premium Member 8 months ago

    Not true dogs stomachs always know what time it is.

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    saylorgirl  8 months ago

    The second and last panel of Buckles are adorable.

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    Moonkey Premium Member 8 months ago

    His nose isn’t active in sleep? My dog seems to know when the neighbors are eating, even in the winter with all the windows closed.

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    CaveCat87  8 months ago

    Surely there must be some leftovers that Buckles can have.

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    Webby_dog  8 months ago

    Daylight Eating Time

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    dadthedawg  8 months ago

    I am hoping that someday soon we will never have to change our clocks again…..

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    stillfickled Premium Member 8 months ago

    My alarm clock sprang forward an hour.

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    bwswolf  8 months ago

    Buckles ….. I guess you had better get your internal clock reset or maybe your sniffer is off line …….. :)

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    lindz.coop Premium Member 8 months ago

    Our feral kitten got out of his harness last summer and we couldn’t find him for hours. He really didn’t know how to come back into the house. So, he normally gets fed at midnight, I went outside with some kibble at midnight, and after calling several times, I looked down and he was perched right next to my foot. I just picked him up, brought him in and fed him.

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