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Asaryn
July 22nd, 2012
Aw, I was all excited to have found a new webcomic to love, but you haven't updated in a month. Is this just a short hiatus? Do you only update once a month? Or have you disappeared? I hope it's not the latter.
Asaryn
April 22nd, 2011
I don't know. My dad (40s) and I (19) both liked it and so did a lot of my college classmates. I didn't see it in the theater because I was having health problems, but we rented it through Netflix.
Asaryn
March 25th, 2011
It depends on the type of battery. According to Wikipedia, lead-acid batteries are recycled by grinding them, neutralizing the acid, and separating the polymers from the lead where as silver oxide batteries contain a small amount of mercury that can be salvaged and re-used.
Asaryn
February 11th, 2011
Although I love many of Hayao Miyazaki's films, what I really want is to see Hiroyuki Morita direct another film (he did The Cat Returns). Also, I have no faith in Goro (Hayao's son) after seeing Tales from Earthsea. But...I dunno, maybe he'll improve? Still, what I want is another film from Hiroyuki Morita.

Also, sometimes vandalism works hand in hand with art. There's one area in Philly where I'm told that the police won't even stop you because it's famous for the wheat pastes and stuff.
Asaryn
February 10th, 2011
I'm not sure if you can set a number of the kinds of apples around, because different variations are always being made. Recently when I was at the orchard with my mom (getting some apples for baking and some cider) I heard a group of people talking about how there are so many more kinds of apples compared to previous years.
Oh man, invisible catch is fun. Except we always reshape the invisible thing with each turn. I once made it into an arrow and shot someone. Heh heh!
Asaryn
January 4th, 2011
Most commonly purified terephthalic acid (PTA) or ester dimethyl terephthalate (DMT) and monoethylene glycol (MEG). Also, a catalyst is needed with antimony trioxide being used most often.

(Thank you for the points! :D )
Asaryn
January 4th, 2011
Cow's don't really have multiple stomachs so much different compartments. Many people refer to each of these compartments as a stomach, but it should be understood that they have a different digestive system because of their different diet.

1. reticulum (the hardware stomach, where foreign objects collect that cannot pass through the digestive system)
2. rumen (where bacteria break down cellulose and fibre from plant material)
3. omasum (absorbs water and digestible nutrients)
4. abomasum (which is most like a human stomach)
Asaryn
December 10th, 2010
Guess How Much I Love You, Sam and the Firefly, Comet's Nine Lives, Trouble with Trolls, Fritz and the Beautiful Horses, and The Seven Silly Eaters were some of my favorite books in my pre- and early elementary school days. Once I was older, I found out that my mom had always tried to find books with awards for children's illustration when picking out new books for me. YOU ROCK, MOM! And today I find myself in art school studying for my BFA in illustration.

(In my older elementary days, I was into books like The Chronicles of Narnia, Harry Potter, and various series by Tamora Pierce)
Asaryn
November 7th, 2010
One.
Asaryn
November 7th, 2010
An "ice age" or, more precisely, "glacial age" is a period of long-term reduction in the temperature of the Earth's surface and atmosphere. There have been multiple glacial ages and is natural for the Earth to go through geological cycles. I'm not sure we know a more precise reason for these cycles yet?
Asaryn
November 7th, 2010
With railways and telecommunications improving, a more consistent method was needed for defining what time it was around the world. Timezones are based upon Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) or 0 degrees longitude.
Asaryn
November 7th, 2010
The economics of material and the need for different signs to be distinguishable.
Asaryn
November 7th, 2010
Because the ones that we find have generally been pretty sealed off from wind, moisture, and sunlight, which is why they don't let tourists come in an look at them anymore, because it quickly erodes away the paintings. Also the durability of the different cave paintings depend on what they were painted on and with. Also, the often think of cave paintings because we don't have wall paintings for a bit afterward in history, quite possibly because they were destroyed while the walls were broken or became eroded.
Asaryn
November 7th, 2010
I'm not sure we know why gummi bears are bears, but here's some things I found out, largely from wiki and partially from a museum site.

Gummi bears were created by Hans Riegel, a candy maker from Bonn, Germany in 1922. Initially, they were called "dancing bears."

The 1900s were when Teddy Bears where becoming a huge craze in the US. Pull-along bears were being made in Germany in the 1880s or so and dancing mechanical bears were being made in France.
Asaryn
November 7th, 2010
Moss doesn't care if it's on the north side, south, west, or east. All it cares about is getting the most shade.
The Great Dragon, guardian of the worlds?
Mirror Mask. It's a warning from the mirror shop lady about the sphinx-creatures.

I love panel 5.
Falling Sky, I think it has been explained at some point (outside the comic by the author) that Lenny's hair is dyed (courtesy of her father).

Also, I really like how Lenny's dad now looks more like an adult. Also his hair seems more brownish grey now, which I like more.

Anyway, awesome page as always.
You know something is up with your mirror when it doesn't show a mirror image.