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Cul de Sac

By Richard Thompson
Jan 13, 2018
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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  3 days ago

    If Danders has a doctorate, would it be an Ed.D. rather than an M.D. or a Ph.D. (or even a Th.D. or a J.D.)?

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    laughing  3 days ago

    On Reddit, people respond to me as if I said “Gweep.”

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    ChessPirate  3 days ago

    “I am… GWEEP!

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    Wlly Blly  3 days ago

    My God, Richard Thompson was good.

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    Andylit GC Insider 3 days ago

    I Grok it.

    Mr. Danders is one of my favorite characters. He adds a deeply quadrupedal intellectual component that nicely rounds out the dynamic of the strip.

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    whiteaj  3 days ago

    According to the Internet (and what better source could be) guinea pigs live 4-8 years, depending on their environment. In a pre-school, my guess is that they’d last about 3 months.

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    yoicks! GC Insider 3 days ago

    Pithy words, Dr. D. (except that’s, “…it would be I.”)

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    Sisyphos  2 days ago

    Mr. Dr. Danders has a well-nuanced ego. Alice should be properly in awe of the acerbic guinea pig (who is given to exaggeration; but, hey, it’s a talking guinea pig, people!)….

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    Liverlips McCracken GC Insider 2 days ago

    There is simply no justice in Mr. Danders’s life.

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    pauline_gangof4  2 days ago

    Guinea pigs are refectory (they eat their own feces)

    I didn’t know this but it doesn’t surprise me as they seem to eat everything else.

    I do know that they have post-partum oestrus and can become pregnant immediately after giving birth. We learned that the hard way . . .

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