Belial wrote:I giggled like a schoolgirl when I saw the empty barrel...I'm still angry at Randy for having him rescued.
I may be a bad person...
Pau! wrote:I was so sad when the barrel was empty...and then so happy when he flew into the sunset... I enjoy endings that involve sunsets, I must admit.
And flying ferrets.
Durandal wrote:Maybe there hasn't been a discussion because nobody has thought one necessary?
I'm not sure I follow.jacobraccuia wrote:Durandal. If you had joined 3 days later, your yelling would not be acceptable :p
Durandal wrote:I'm not sure I follow.jacobraccuia wrote:Durandal. If you had joined 3 days later, your yelling would not be acceptable :p
Edit: Ah. I see. That would have placed my join date after his.
Still, not sure how that applies, unless you're into the argumentum ad hominem style of debate.
GpT Ed wrote:I was just struck by how appropriate a beginning it is for what has become a truly incredible journey of reading through XKCD. My question is this: How many of these comics did Mr. Monroe have completed before beginning to post? I'm sure it was no accident that he began with this particular strip.
frezik wrote:Anti-photons move at the speed of dark
DemonDeluxe wrote:Paying to have laws written that allow you to do what you want, is a lot cheaper than paying off the judge every time you want to get away with something shady.
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