12/17/20 – Losing One’s Parents

Spacetrawler, audio version For the blind or visually impaired, December 17, 2020.




Sometimes it’s hard to communicate with people who have a different set of morals.


  1. Coyoty

    “Everyone talks about how tough their neighborhood was. But let me tell you about my family… My baby bottle had a Jack Daniels logo on it… My younger brother didn’t get hand-me-downs, he got hand-it-overs… We made the neighbors move. I miss the Addamses.”

  2. Pete Rogan

    I have to say I don’t know enough about Stangor’s parents to say whether putting a price on her head is something they would do or not. Given the general lack of brainpower Stangor demonstrates near constantly it’s not possible to dismiss the possibility.

    Which makes me think what sort of bad surprise-party types her siblings (if any) could be. Now THOSE people I’d keep an eye on; their mistakes could shake the galaxy.

  3. andreas

    As standing on the ceiling is becoming a running (sitting?) gag now I feel I also need to add something ludicrous-yet-profound.

    As has been pointed out before, standing on the inside of a very large sphere would not feel any difference than standing on the outside of one; What is more: this is, in fact, what we all are doing right now.

    This is easily proven scientifically by taking off one’s shoes and examining the soles:

    – The standing-on-top-of-a-large-sphere theory predicts that wear and tear will be in the center of the sole (where contact is being made).
    – The flat Earth theory predicts that wear and tear is balanced equally between the center and the periphery.
    – Only the standing-inside-a-large-hollow-sphere theory (with the sun located at the center) correctly predicts that wear and tear is most evident at the rim of our shoes.

    This It am starting a petition to Chris respectfully requesting that he redraws this series of strips upright – but instead shall invert all the other panels of this delightful “outer space” adventure.

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