9/26/16 Earth Reasons


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I made it all safe and sound to Colorado. Goodness that was a grueling drive. You can read my quips from the road if you wish from my Twitter account. And have another strip ready for you!

12 Comments

  1. Muzhik

    @Night-Gaunt49, tell that to Denmark, followed by Norway and Sweden (total insane drunken louts, the lot of them!) Denmark is planning to be COMPLETELY cashless by the end of the year.

    Fools. It’s all that pickled herring, if you ask me. Mix that with Akvavit, and you never know WHAT you’ll get. Probably a bad SyFy Saturday night horror movie.

    1. Sardtok

      No one ever pays with cash here… Unless they are tourists or elderly. Cash is so 1980’s. Norway representin’. πŸ˜›

      Tourists and their cash is a major problem for shops, because they rarely carry enough change.

      1. Muzhik

        @Sardtok, Then you must start a crash course on Zen Buddhism for all the shopkeepers. For as every Zen master will tell you …

        (… wait for it …)

        … Change must come from within.

  2. Night-Gaunt49

    I find cash very useful. It would be a harder place to live it is was only electronic money. Harder when there is a black out or disaster.

    A fool and their e-money are hard to get after an X Class coronal mass ejection from our sun. Hard money not so much touched. Such a one as in 1859 would have wiped out most of our means of generating electricity and our machines to use it.

    1859 there were just a few electrical devices like the Trans Atlantic Cable for a few telephones and wireless. Now it is a whole different matter. No mass incineration of things as has been wrongly depicted in a movie and on Dr. Who a few years ago. Total black out without Snake Pliskin’s involvement.
    Returning to before electricity in one night. A dystopia I don’t want to live in.

  3. TB

    “Um…so exactly what is this u-shaped tube popping up in the middle of the cafeteria?”

    “Oh, that’s the main anti-matter flow line. Didn’t quite fit on the engineering deck. I wouldn’t lean on it if I were you.”

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