Webcomic Profile: Question Duck


Question Duck
A curious duck and his friend travel the world together. They visit many places, and ask many questions. Often these things are not related.


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Coldyham (Guest), Dec 20, 2014, 03 am
I thought it was because the earth's orbit is not quite perfect. it wobbles further out from the sun (or is pulled) and iceages happen
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Flores (Guest), Dec 10, 2014, 08 am
Extra virgin is made with pealed olives (in adittion to everything else said)
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Flores (Guest), Dec 09, 2014, 01 pm
This one is the best, si darn cute. He doesn't looks not bothered by the duck he's just lovin he's date and the cuteness of question duck❤️

Y la palta es una fruta porque al cosecharla tiene un tiempo de maduración, no se pudre inmediatamente como las verduras
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Flores (Guest), Dec 09, 2014, 12 pm
Coke has asorbic acid, Pepsi doesn't
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youngsparky (Guest), Nov 27, 2014, 10 am
When the Big Bang happened, there were five elements. One of which was dark matter, you could call it the "cement" for the "house" that is the universe. However if there is a lack of dark matter in the universe at any moment the Big Crunch will happen, in which the universe will collapse in on itself. Don't be afraid of the dark.
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shivkitty, Oct 04, 2014, 03 pm
Maggie & Annie
Good movie! No spoilers, but it's a classic "straight girl who didn't know she was gay until she met a lesbian who knocked her socks off with a glance" romance.
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shivkitty, Oct 02, 2014, 10 pm
Rayleigh scattering. It's when light gets slightly fragmented by quantum elasticity within the gases in the air. Mie scattering (elastic fragmentation due to the spherical properties of our atmosphere) works in tandem with Rayleigh scattering to make all the other colors the sky can be (electromagnetic light shows near the poles, notwithstanding).
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casanbra (Guest), Sep 14, 2014, 11 pm
bear sudinom,

pleas com home. pleas make mor qestin buck.

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Okabiness, Aug 24, 2014, 09 pm
Yeah, why would they follow him on Twitter? Quacker is better.
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MegaMonster (Guest), Aug 17, 2014, 02 am
Actually no
Marco Polo Probably never even went to china. Noodles at that time where already a highly sought out and traded item through most of Eastern Europe. In all honesty Noodles where probably already in Italy at the time, but did he bring pasta to Italy so that they can make tomato based pastas? No. Tomatos aren't native to Italy, in fact Italy never used tomatoes until this place called The New World was found. Tomatos are actually native to Mexico and most likley didn't enter Italy until muuuuuuuch later in it's history. Most Italians at that time had steady diets of Grain, Olives, wine, rich milks, cheese and meats such as goat. It wasn't until around the 16-17th century they started to experiment with things like Tomatoes and peppers and garlic and cheeses and noodles. Thus, we got various pasta based products like lasagna and spaghetti and pizza. Which looked very different than what they look like now. It wasn't until Italians started to come to America in the early 1900's that we got the modern versions of these foods, because American diets where so radically different and certain things where more cheaply processed, like ground beef, we got more greasy and fatty versions of Italian cuisine. And you think that's convoluted, wait until you hear about the history of Skittles!


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