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Pharaoh RutinTutin

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  1. NP Wednesday April 25, 2018

    www.egscomics.com/egsnp.php?id=761 Is this where we get the next plot twist and discover that we have only seen the beginning of Goonmanji II so far?
  2. This Day In History

    Trouble is that there are even worse reasons, and A LOT of even worse candidates. Admittedly, cutting the throats of your women and your sons while watering your fields with your enemy's blood is a bit gory. But is it really worse than singing about a British fleet that couldn't hit the broad side of a flag?
  3. Changing Medications (Level of Trust Required)

    OOH! I call DIBS on Sir Robin's Minstrels.
  4. Story Monday 4-23-2018

    What if the Griffins are Law Speakers in a Viking proto-parliament? And while it can be considered rude to refer to intelligent life forms as "things", we are things. At the least, our form is collection of things that together form a thing that we conventionally refer to as a person and not a thing. But a pile of things is still a thing.
  5. Main Wed April 25 2018

    Thousands of something is just ten times more than hundreds of something. So depending on the observer's point of view and position on the Hyperbole-Understatement scale, "hundreds" or "thousands" may be referring to the same number. This is one of those times when you really need Grandma to show up and explain to the kiddies exactly what it is they have been using as toys in the attic.
  6. Story Monday 4-23-2018

    I know the answer is "Magic". However... For the Magpie to knock the Golem off panel in one blow would suggest that the Bird is far more massive than appearance would suggest, or moving at bullet-like speed, or both.
  7. NP Monday April 23, 2018

    Be kind to your web-footed friends For the Duck may be somebody's Mother Be kind to your friends in the swamp Where the weather is very damp Now you may think that this is The End Well it is
  8. NP Monday April 23, 2018

    Not too long ago I found myself thinking about the Demonic Duck. I was thinking that Dan's story telling style and abilities had changed so much over the years that he probably would not need gimmicks like the Demonic Duck anymore. I also thought that DC did not need gimmicks like Bat-Mite any more.
  9. Story Friday April 20, 2018

    As useful as the current Magic Detection Wand? Perhaps. However, I am guessing that Kevin may be incredibly annoying in his own way.
  10. Things That Are Just Annoying

    There are so many types of "Power" that have been desired and used throughout human history. Who would have thought that spinning magnets in coiled wires would be the power that could most effectively build and destroy civilizations?
  11. This Day In History

    April 21 753 BC – Romulus founds Rome. The Star Empire came later. 1509 – Death of Henry VII of England. His son's Coronation Anthem would later become a hit for Herman's Hermits. 1898 – The United States Navy begins a blockade of Cuban ports. When the U.S. Congress issued a declaration of war on April 25, it declared that a state of war had existed from this date. Engaging an enemy before formally declaring war is a strategy that will certainly never be used against the US. 1918 – German fighter ace Manfred von Richthofen, better known as "The Red Baron", is shot down and killed over Vaux-sur-Somme in France. Some of the most intense fighting of the First World War breaks out between various allied units claiming responsibility for the kill. 1926 – The Duchess of York gives birth to a girl. Although third in line to the throne at birth, no one really expects Elizabeth Alexandra Mary to ever become Queen. 1934 – The "Surgeon's Photograph", the most famous photo allegedly showing the Loch Ness Monster, is published in the Daily Mail. In 1999, it is revealed to be a hoax. Who would have thought that the Surgeon's Photograph might have been doctored? 1962 – The Seattle World's Fair (Century 21 Exposition) opens. It is the first World's Fair in the United States since World War II. Its most enduring legacy is the ability to quickly identify the location of series "Frasier" simply by the outline in the title. 1963 – The first election of the Universal House of Justice is held. This is regarding the establishment of the supreme governing institution of the Bahá'í Faith. Not the longstanding team up of Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Batman and Robin. 1977 – The musical "Annie" opens on Broadway, giving radio and TV weathermen their most overused musical cue ever.
  12. Story Friday April 20, 2018

    He who lives by the summoned sword...
  13. Patreon April 21, 2018: Strechies!

    We know felines, despite being vertebrates, are so much more flexible than humans that they are effectively liquid. Catgirl Catalina. We know the cat ears are cute, the night vision is useful, and the retractable claws can be a nasty surprise. But the flexibility would seem to be the characteristic that should define what it is to be a felinized hominid.
  14. Patreon April 20, 2018: Cowgirls Ashley & Susan

    I really did not want to post this. But it is a cosmic force compelling this action. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ug75diEyiA0
  15. Story Friday April 20, 2018

    The older you get, The more you forget To remember what you should recall. You fill up the blanks in your memory with things That may not have happened at all.