Rubes by Leigh Rubin for September 23, 2023

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    C  5 months ago

    Closing time

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    Ratkin  5 months ago

    “You talkin’ to ME?”

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    angelolady Premium Member 5 months ago

    Groups of zebras do make my eyeballs feel like they’re spinning.

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    in-dubio-pro-rainbow  5 months ago

    Another innocent victim of modern technology…(sent into the void what could have been avoided)

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    pschearer Premium Member 5 months ago

    Not long ago some researcher reported his finding that zebra stripes evolved to confuse biting insects.

    But if that were true, I would expect there to be far more striped animals in the world.

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    dlkrueger33  5 months ago

    I learned that recently while on an African Safari. Also a group of zebras is called a “Dazzle”. Makes sense, right?

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    HOTLOTUS1  5 months ago

    needs to carry a yellow flag so they think he’s a referee

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    geese28  5 months ago

    Looks like he’s the “specific individual” now

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    Doug K  5 months ago

    Being on a screen like this can make you unaware of what’s going around you.

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    tee929  5 months ago

    “In the jungle, the might jungle, the lion sleeps tonight; In the jungle the quiet jungle, the lion sleeps tonight” The zebra’s friends are going to find out “their practical joke did end so well….”

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    The Brooklyn Accent  5 months ago

    It’s much safer to stay on the sidewalk until you can find a zebra crossing.

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    Frank Burns Eats Worms  5 months ago

    Eatin’ Good in the "Neigh"borhood.

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    Lablubber   5 months ago

    His only hope is a flash mob.

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    DM2860  5 months ago

    When they first started studying zebras, they would shoot a paint marker on to one of the zebras to distinguish it from the herd. That zebra seemed to ALWAYS be the next zebra targeted by lions so the researchers realized that was not going to work.

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    Impkins  Premium Member 5 months ago

    Miss you Zeebs!!!!!!!! :)

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    Stephen Gilberg  5 months ago

    I guess the others abandoned him for being an obnoxious geek.

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