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I'm not going to lie. I'm behind on the Higgs Boson news...have to go catch up. I feel like The Public in the cartoon above. :(
nonamedufus said…
I must confess I didn't know the first thing about it until I came across that cartoon this week. Sad comment that I'm now getting my news through editorial cartoons!
Quirky Loon said…
I've read a little about the Higgs Boson, but can't wrap my LOONIE head around it. heh heh


And what is up? You all have a new coin? The Dodo? Who COMES up with these hilarious names? hee hee


And Andy/Opie was the most touching. LOVED that show. Loved it.
Paula Wooters said…
Aw... I'm gonna miss Andy!
nonamedufus said…
The penny's going the way of the dodo. The government's decided to stop making them. We now have a loonie and a toonie. If they make a $5 coin maybe it'll be a goonie. I dunno.
nonamedufus said…
Boom Boom! You're alive and well and in cyberspace again. Welcome back!
Wendy said…
i sure look forward to and enjoy your eclectic pics for the Sunday Funnies. NO, I did not say they were the highlight of my week. Gosh, I don't have That boring of a life ;) Thanks for the smiles.
nonamedufus said…
Thanks, Wendy. I'm really glad you enjoy them. They're fun to pull together.

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