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  1. 20 days ago on Francis

    Nod, and his remaining family is horrified, and his father is spinning in his grave. I keep imagining his mother scolding him, if she could, “You didn’t learn that in this house, young man!”

  2. 20 days ago on Francis

    And it is tragic how so many who have been shedding blood lately are so confused right now over who are patriots and who is a tyrant, sigh.

  3. 21 days ago on Little Dog Lost

    “Tortoise!” To quote many a line. Style… they appear occasionally

  4. 22 days ago on Little Dog Lost

    We’re too far north of the track, which I’m sad about. We saw the previous one, but it clouded over some ways through it. Which I heard is a phenomenon that happens due to the rapid cooling from the shading, especially if it’s hot-humid. But that kinda made the dark light of totality even more eerie.

  5. 22 days ago on Little Dog Lost

    Ooh, good luck… In the afternoon it gets a bit dicey doesn’t it with the clouds off the ocean? Fingers crossed for you.

  6. 22 days ago on Spot the Frog

    I always thought this made a great final strip, but I think it continues a bit longer?

  7. 27 days ago on Francis

    Oh, are we facing the end of this run, and the start of a new structure? Did I miss news?

  8. about 1 month ago on Animal Crackers

    Eyeroll, It wasn’t “summer” when it hit 70 degrees in February here in the upper northern plains near Canada. Besides just a couple days below zero, (we should have had weeks) we haven’t had a hard freeze in months. We should have feet of snow, and 2 feet of frost below the ground. Instead we have tinder dry, bare land and red flag fire warnings due to heat and no humidity. Ostrich/deny all you want. The Earth doesn’t care, it is going to do what it is going to do. This is NOT normal. Heat records were smashed this winter all across the globe. Not just since we started recording, but according to sea bed records that track back millions of years. The cores are showing there has never been a rise in sea temps this rapid before, in just the last couple of decades, against millions of years. Imagine how much sheer heat it takes to warm the ocean that fast. No, this is not normal.

  9. about 1 month ago on Animal Crackers

    Mistimed phenology (cycle coordination) is a huge issue. We had a crazy warm winter and the ground has now warmed two months early, and woke up the wild pollinators. They are ravenously hungry now, but there is no nectar availble for them to recharge. Everything is still brown and nothing is blooming yet. They are starving to death before they can start this year’s broods. It’s horrible. We can only hope enough new ones will fill in from elsewhere when the flowers/trees finally bloom (the drought is a whole ‘nother cataclysmic problem) or it is could be a catastrophe this year. I don’t think there are nearly enough domestic bees to do the job.

  10. about 1 month ago on Breaking Cat News

    PDD waves at tammy. I remember. I couldn’t help popping in this week to reminisce. What fun it all has been :)