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I agree, I just don't like the phrase "Save the Earth". When in reality it's ourselves we should be saving. Also, regarding Sagan's comment "There is nowhere else, at least in the near future, to which our species could migrate." I wonder if, in the (somewhat near?) future, the Earth will be much like Europe is now, and in some far flung corner of the cosmos will be an upstart colonial planet.
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As a member of a species that's produced people like Mr. Sagan, I hardly feel small or insignificant. Also, I don't think we need to take care of the planet. The planet will be fine, with or without us. We need to take care of each other.
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No offense to Kurtz (because he IS a good guy,) but this strip (and the recent other guest strips) have been more interesting that the standard PvP faire recently. Kudos to you and RS on a great comic.
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RE: J.J. Abrams, watch his 2007 TED speech (if you haven't already.) While I don't like all the stuff he does, the majority is definitely pretty interesting. RE: Hillary. Honestly, I'm more of a Obama supporter, not primarily because of the issues, but because he's electable. Yes, I know, that's a terrible way to vote, but I look at it like this: do we really want another 4 years of Republican "leadership"? Hillary is a polarizing figure to the Republican party, and just WATCH how fast the conservatives get motivated to vote against her. Why does it seem that Democrats are oblivious to a far-reaching party-strategy, and instead focused on just the individual candidates' strategy?
Toggle Commented Mar 11, 2008 on monday brain scrapings at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil, thanks for finally coming down to SD. The PAX keynote was fantastic (and I've forced everyone my/our age to listen to it) and I'm looking forward to it. That being said, you should still come to Comic-Con. You were on a book panel right after Dancing Barefoot came out and you were just ON. I mean you were definitely the funniest, most lively person on that panel. So yeah, please do it again.
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