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  1. Story, Wednesday Dec 19, 2018

    Yes, the pose in panel 1 is a rather feminine-seeming one, which got me to look closer and see the slight pushing out of Tedd's shirt and slight narrowing of Tedd's waist. If I could change as easily as Tedd and Elliot can, then I would probably be changing at the drop of a hat in private as well.
  2. NP Wednesday Dec 12, 2018

    Yes, there does seem to be a general trend forming of one person having to guide the other one through the puzzle.
  3. NP Friday December 07, 2018

    I heard that the depiction of the Forbidden Fruit as an apple is an artifact of the classical Latin tendency of referring to most fruits with white flesh as "malus", which we translate as "apple" to English. This tendency is seen in a number of Romance languages as well--for example, in French, potatoes are "pomme de terre", which translates literally as "apples of the earth/soil".
  4. NP Monday, Dec 3, 2018

    Longer hair takes more time to cut and style unless you're simply chopping off hair in a simpler cut. Women also tend to have additional styling services (dying, curling, etc.) done by the hairdresser more often than men do. That tends to result in higher fees.
  5. Story Monday, December 3, 2018

  6. NP Monday, Dec 3, 2018

    Unless she has an EXPENSIVE hairdresser. Haircuts from a regular hairdresser: tens of dollars Haircuts from an elite hairdresser: thousands of dollars Having your hair restyled magically: Priceless
  7. Story Monday, December 3, 2018

    Luke might also be seeing Sarah's aura and thus is extra nervous because there's yet ANOTHER mage suddenly getting up in his face. Given present company, Luke is literally surrounded by mages.
  8. Sketchbook Thursday Nov 29, 2018

    We use red for heat because objects glow red first when heated. Glowing blue-hot was not a thing until we got access to flames that burned hotter than natural gas in air. Blue is used for cold meanwhile because ice and water are bluish. Also, a mammalian body (especially human) will tend toward a redder skin color when overheated and a bluer skin color with hypothermia due to changes in blood flow.
  9. Story Fridayday November 16, 2018

    Exactically (sic). It would have been much better if they hadn't have had to force the characters to be Kirk, Spock, etc. and had instead been a new ship and crew.
  10. Story Fridayday November 16, 2018

    The problem arises when the studio gets to the Nth sequel/remake/imitation of a previous work--at that point they are only putting it out because it resembles something that succeeded before.
  11. The Weather.

    Wait, there are places in Maine which DON'T get much snow in November?
  12. This Day In History

    40 pounds? In those days that was more than the yearly income of the lower classes (who tended to get 1-2 shillings per day). I doubt that said lower classes were charged 40 pounds to be allowed to marry.
  13. Story, Monday Nov 26, 2018

    Yeah, don't you just hate it when somebody assumes that you should just somehow know something despite having absolutely no way to know it?
  14. This Day In History

    When has she ever NOT been in that state?
  15. NP Wednesday Nov 21, 2018

    Aaaand Sarah won't be able to tell Nanase where the colors are any more . . .