Tom the Dancing Bug by Ruben Bolling for April 09, 2010

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    jnik23260  over 13 years ago

    So THAT’S why I can’t draw Doug!

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    dick2002ti  over 13 years ago

    must kill bikini

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    Larry Miller Premium Member over 13 years ago

    I see no bikini. That’s good but different from the usual bikini removal.

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    danwall88  over 13 years ago

    Now I’m wondering about Antarctica.

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    Nighthawks Premium Member over 13 years ago

    and this is your brain on drugs

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    Ushindi  over 13 years ago

    I much prefer home fries. I don’t WANT to draw Doug (but I could if I wanted). Who created the pixels? God-Man! Yay for God-Man! (About time for another “God-Man”, Ruben…)

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    RonBerg13 Premium Member over 13 years ago

    The astronaut is going to be pixelated if the chaos butter fly does not get his imaginary friend a rare hamburger.

    Draw that!

    Oh, wait - he already did - never mind.

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    jpozenel  over 13 years ago

    Whew! What a relief!

    I never wanted to be an astronaut.

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    bonknusmirk  over 13 years ago

    re antarctica: sublimation of snow could esplain that. Even in sub-freezing temps, snow in sunlight can change from solid directly to gas (water vapor) without first becoming liquid. But maybe I’m wrong maybe I’m wrong! I’m no glaciaciaciologist!

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    BrianCrook  over 13 years ago

    That’s everyone’s punch line, and each of us is a straight line.

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    webgrunt  over 13 years ago

    Same thing happens in the mountains in northern regions. What happens is that the snow at the bottom compacts to ice under all that weight. Ice isn’t really a solid at those temperatures and pressures, it’s more like an extremely viscous liquid. The ice flows down the mountain (it’s called a glacier at that point) to the sea where chunks break off and melt.

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    LittleYipScream  over 13 years ago

    I prefer my burger often.

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