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  1. 3 days ago on Endtown

    Check out “hammerspace” on WikiPedia

  2. 9 days ago on Endtown

    Hero versus zero…

  3. 19 days ago on Endtown

    Invisible walls? Now I’ve seen everything… or maybe nothing…

  4. 26 days ago on Endtown

    Looks like he withdrew his fingers just in time.

    If his eyes get any bigger, though, there’s going to be a “POP” to go with the “SNAP”. I don’t know if there would be a “CRACKLE”, too.

  5. 26 days ago on Over the Hedge

    Synchronicity – I was listening to that tune on YouTube just before I clicked over to this comic, and I am pretty sure I have not ever looked up that tune before.

  6. 28 days ago on Over the Hedge

    on YouTube, /watch?v=o4mgHNX9eUg

  7. 29 days ago on Over the Hedge

    Interesting. I’ve had a bottle of the Botanist, but went back to Bombay Sapphire.

  8. 29 days ago on Over the Hedge

    There is something about a Martini

    A tingle remarkably pleasant;

    A yellow, a mellow Martini;

    I wish that I had one at present.

    There is something about a Martini,

    Ere the dining and dancing begin,

    And to tell you the truth,

    It is not the vermouth-

    I think that perhaps it’s the gin.

    - Ogden Nash

    (note: Nash’s martini is “yellow” because it has some sweet vermouth in it; I make mine with 1/4 jigger sweet vermouth, 1/4 jigger dry vermouth, 2 1/2 jiggers Bombay Sapphire gin, and a dash of bitters. I believe this is called a “perfect martini” in some cocktail manuals.)

  9. about 1 month ago on Endtown

    Wacky may want to flip the bird at the Eye, but it looks like maybe the Eye is going to flip the bird at Wacky…

  10. about 1 month ago on Phoebe and Her Unicorn

    I have shuddered at the Irish Rover song ever since a dorm mate insisted on playing it over and over again for hours at high volume whenever he was drunk – which was often. I’m not sure I particularly want to hear it again even after more than 40 years.