Monthly Archives: October 2015

Fueled by Twinkies

oh151031Truth lies in the Wikipedia beholder.

We are what we type.

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A Sixth Sense of Touch

oh151030Hmm… a couple days before the Kennedy assassination.

None dare call it conspiracy.

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Raccoons > Bears

oh151029Morphology suggests weasels are a common ancestor. DNA suggests bears. Field observations suggests they’re both wrong. Best guess: raccoons are aliens.

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The Call of the Wild

oh151028I don’t know how the Wild gets around the Do Not Call list, but somehow they do.

Annoying.

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The One With a Procyon Lotor

oh151027You could also translate the Latin as pre-dog or little dog. But then it wouldn’t set up for the joke so nicely.

Raccoons truly are weird.

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So You Want to be a Raccoon

oh151026 RJ isn’t a real raccoon. He’s been genetically (and creatively) modified to provide laughs. Real raccoons aren’t funny. They’re rather dour creatures that lack a sense of humor. Real raccoons couldn’t spell “spit take” if you spotted them the spit and take.

Real raccoons eat worms.

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Mossy the Mowman

Over the Hedge

Over the Hedge

We’ve started up another firestorm over at gocomics.com/overthehedge. Our inexplicably right wing cranky audience (or at least the commentators) has their panties in a twist over Verne’s plainly evident description of climate change. Is it possible that 2% of climate scientists are correct that mankind has a minimal effect on carbon emissions? Yes, it’s possible. It’s just not probable. And it’s certainly not enough to ignore policy prescriptions.

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