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Thank you. I thought I might have it wrong.
I’m not sure what this is saying. The Obergefell v. Hodges ruling on same-sex marriage? That was based on the “equal protection” and “due process” clauses in the 5th and 14th amendments. Or is Wiley referring to something else?
Actually, the steepness of those roofs does suggest anticipation of heavy snowfall. On the other hand, tornado alley doesn’t have seriously heavy snowfalls.
There were ad hoc kinds of mail back in the ’70s, but I can remember people developing SMTP, the Internet (most still called it ARPANET) mail protocol in 1982.
No, it’s that the lawyer is in the doghouse.
Although, he may not get named, the client is surely supposed to be Dear Tweeter.
Looser clothing might do it, but that doesn’t fit the “style” of this comic. Nor does worrying much about realism.
No, the governor is to the right of most every child.
The interesting thing is that the name “big bang” was actually more or less sarcasm, invented by Fred Hoyle, who did not accept the theory.
That could be half of the Trump administration.
Penguins are creatures of the sea, not of the air. Look at them under water, and you will see they are as graceful as swallows. Those “useless limbs” power the birds to higher speeds than fish can manage.
The higher viscosity of water calls for narrow wings. Similarly, contrast the shape of motorboat and airplane propellers.