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  1. 14 days ago on Betty

    Negative, imaginary and complex numbers are really useful in describing electricity. Just because you don’t use a tool, doesn’t mean that’s true of everyone else as well.

  2. 22 days ago on Betty

    So is that (1 gazillion/pi) x 1 skadlillion, or 1 gazillion/(pi x 1 skadillion)? Where’s Phonetic Punctuation when you need it?

    (The digits are the same either way, but the difference is the slide rule’s biggest challenge – getting the decimal point in the right place.)

  3. 24 days ago on Get Fuzzy

    Stones Age.

  4. 24 days ago on Overboard

    And parasites.

  5. 26 days ago on Overboard

    It’s the epitome of “fertilizer”, and it’s biodegradable. The worms will work it in, and the crops will approve.

  6. about 1 month ago on Wizard of Id

    “Two game wardens, seven hunters, and a cow…”

  7. about 1 month ago on Dilbert Classics

    I can confirm that, at the multinational I spent my career in, this is precisely what happened once the bean counters took over. Followed, eventually, by getting rid of the survey altogether.

  8. about 1 month ago on Cul de Sac

    Strip sequencng error? She was wearing that costume 4 days ago.

  9. about 2 months ago on Luann

    So many things wrong here (ignoring the trivial “cartoon story Les” bit).

    Rule one: If this happens, DON’T MOVE THEM. They may have a broken neck or other serious damage. Get trained help in ASAP.

    (This has happened to two people of my acquaintance. One I’m not going to forget in a hurry, because it was only a few months back and I was within yards of them when it happened. In both cases they damaged their necks. One of them has largely recovered but had to have an opertion meaning that they can no longer turn their head. The more recent one was assessed for nearly two hours before the professionals were prepared to even begin to move them, is still in a wheelchair after six months, has limited use of their arms and defnitely doesn’t look set to walk again any time soon. And both of those were, frankly, the least-worst outcomes.)

  10. about 2 months ago on The Buckets

    Son and D-i-L had wombats at the bottom of their garden at one time. He used to regularly have to go retrieve their dog from the holes. Sooner him than me.

    (It wasn’t in NSW I saw platypuses; it was the Arboretum near Launcestone in Tasmania. Memory blurs after a while.)