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Saturday, October 9, 2010

Today's Cul de Sac, October 9 2010

Thanks to this blog being on Pacific time I can still call this "Today's" Cul de Sac. I've got nothing to say, except to point out what a marvel of research and scholarship this strip is. It presents facts available nowhere else, search as hard as you will. If you need a Wikipedia citation look no further.

And here's the link to SavePangolins.Org in handy clickable form.

1 comment:

Alexandre Maki said...

I expected a tale about the mythological origin of the pangolin. About how the first pangolin was just a (heavily) armored knight who mocked a god and thus was transformed into an insect-eating animal who curls up into a ball in a sign of shame and humility. But this is really close. And even better/funnier. :D