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Just… So… Much… WIN!
Before this comic, I did not know that so much win could possibly exist.
I think it may have advanced the state of knowledge about win in much the same way as the Large Hadron Collider has revealed super-light particles.
Exactly. I think we may have crossed the win horizon.
Toooo WINfinity! And Beyond!
Now you’re just being silly.
Well, Infinity and Beyond is a very long way…
Somewhere over the rainbow, or so I’ve heard.
Nah, I’m just messing with you. You can never go too far when you’re going to WINfinity! …Okay, maybe a wee bit too far.
Pressed one reply button too high.
You two guys realise that you are nuts, don’t you?! Oh, and absolutely right, of course! Maybe we could introduce Unique WIN (just like with the RPG items: basic -> epic -> unique)… Just a thought
My word, I think that Devysciple has crossed the geek horizon.
It’s canvas and corduroy, actually. Not leather and wool. Both cotton. It’s a ridiculously common Carhardt work jacket, I own one, as do half the people at the plant I work at.
Nice idea, but wrong.
Can’t tell if pedantic troll… or just really clever parody of the brood of pedantic trolls that have cropped up here lately…
Vans of Brokeback Mountain, are they?
oops, Fans not vans
It’s a ridiculously common Carhardt work jacket,
If he’s a real Carhardt man, he should be able to take a rock to the head without flinching. If he’s not, then Tractor Supply Company should come around and reclaim the jacket.
OK, call me pedantic, but I don’t think Leviticus meant wearing two types of cloth on one person, it looks to me like he meant either two types of fiber spun together to make the yarn from which the cloth was woven, or woof and weft of two different types of yarn. Maybe they had a problem back then with mixing less desirable fibers in with the good stuff and passing it off as pure wool or whatever. Or maybe it was a sumptuary law, like no silk/linen mixes. Those folks had a lot more plant and animal fibers available to them than one might assume.
Still, the strip is correct. Probably every garment Perry is wearing has mixed fiber content, if not outer layer, then facings, lining, etc.
The Bible predicted poly-cotton blends! PRAISE JEEEBUS!
Not only predicted them, but condemned them. And rightfully so, I think.
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