Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for June 09, 2023

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    David_the_CAD  6 months ago

    Some laws are meant to be disobeyed.

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    Enter.Name.Here  6 months ago

    I called mine a “Jack Russel Terror”. Miss ya Annie. RIP.

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    cmxx  6 months ago

    Jack Russells are the poster dog for Do Your Research Before You Get a Dog.

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    SHIVA  6 months ago

    They seem to be short-tempered, and judgemental!!!

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    Cactus-Pete  6 months ago

    And then there’s the question of what the dog did with all the dirt.

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    Brockie  6 months ago

    My Son has a Jack Russel, it is truly a dog on meth.

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    keenanthelibrarian  6 months ago

    That’s how you get dogs to take medicine – wrap the pill in some bacon or a slice of cheese and throw it in the dog’s general direction; no sweat.

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    LawrenceS  6 months ago

    Never known a Jack Russel personally. They have a reputation… Now, at one point my brother had an Afghan. Dumber than a post, but its function was simply to look gorgeous.

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    Ignatz Premium Member 6 months ago

    I don’t think there’s any choice about “utilizing the Pythagorean theorem.” It just is.

    Unless he means the winch will die and be transmigrated into a crane or something.

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    arolarson Premium Member 6 months ago

    Used to live down the street from a pair of Jack Russells. When anyone would walk or drive past their yard they would rush the fence and jump up and down in a syncopated rhythm of their own. In its own way, it was quite a mesmerizing act. And to the sound of their high pitched yips as well.

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    Mainesailah Premium Member 6 months ago

    A relative, last name, Russell, had one named, Jack. Full name: Jack Russell, Terrier.

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    ladykat  6 months ago

    Now, to find all the dirt and fill in the hole.

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    mrmikewade1  6 months ago

    booger-brained boys keep things simple with a parachute, 400 feet of rope, a winch, a whiteboard and pythagorean theorems?

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 6 months ago

    Yeah. Exactly where does one acquire a whiteboard when responding to a k9 emergency in the middle of a field.

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    preacherman  6 months ago

    If that’s such a deep hole, where’s the dirt piled up? Wait. I know. It’s just a comic.

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    garysmigs  6 months ago

    I just loved Eddie on Frasier!

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    Pointspread  6 months ago

    Petey’s happy!

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    SusieB  6 months ago

    Petey obviously never heard of KISS, as in Keep It Simple Stupid

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    Mediatech  6 months ago

    Better fill in the hole before Timmy and Lassie get there.

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    mindjob  6 months ago

    I get the same reaction when I put flea drops on my cat’s back

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    cldisme  6 months ago

    Did Petey do an Environmental Impact Study before he started?

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    Dog Biscuits don’t qualify as cookies.

    And I hear Chow-Chow’s like to bite your fingers.

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    Steverino Premium Member 6 months ago

    Holy terrier!

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    Twelve Badgers in a Suit Premium Member 6 months ago

    We all defy the law of gravity just by standing upright. If Jeffrey doesn’t know that, he’s not as much of a scientist as I thought.

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    mrwalker008  6 months ago

    He’s a dog. He ate it.

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    c141starlifter  6 months ago

    You have heard of Poetic License; this is Wily License.

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    willie_mctell  6 months ago

    We had a rabbit when our daughter was little. Every now and then we’d let him out in the back yard on a leash. It was amazing how deep a hole he could dig in 30 seconds.

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    mistercatworks  6 months ago

    I had a cat who would walk with me along the cliffs above Capitola-by-the-Sea. One day, she disappeared over the edge. I cautiously looked, fearing what I might see. She was on a ledge ten feet down trying to catch a bird. I backed away from the edge and waited for five minutes. She seemingly “levitated” back up over the cliff edge and we continued our walk. Cats!

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    dimndno  6 months ago

    Cute strip today. Nothing political or provocing. Just funny.

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    butterflymama49  6 months ago

    I can’t for the life of me remember what Danae’s sister’s name is! Anybody?

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    locake  6 months ago

    You can see who is the smartest in this group. Not the boy genius.

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    g.iangoodson  6 months ago

    Smooth haired Jack Russell, yappy, wired and a nuisance. Rough haired Jack Russell, sturdy , even-tempered, barks, Jack Russell leap.Labrador/ Staffordshire Bull Terrier/ Jack Russell cross; don’t ask, I don’t know, I just adopted a pup. Loves the world (Lab), but not other dogs ( Staffie), can levitate from a standing start (Jack Russell plus Staffie strength), women adored him – (nobody knows). Best dog ever. I do miss him.

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