Is anyone else here this odd?

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robinson
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Is anyone else here this odd?

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I read new xkcd comics on the wiki

https://www.explainxkcd.com/wiki/index. ... 7s_Ratchet

Also, did you know xkcd is in every spellchecker? But KXCD is not? (it's a radio station)
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Re: Is anyone else here this odd?

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The reason is simple. It allows the comics to be hyperlinked, which is the best way to read anything.
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Also, the trivia about each comic is at least as fascinating as the concept introduced in the comic
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Re: Is anyone else here this odd?

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robinson wrote: Sat Jul 17, 2021 8:21 pm I read new xkcd comics on the wiki

https://www.explainxkcd.com/wiki/index. ... 7s_Ratchet

Also, did you know xkcd is in every spellchecker? But KXCD is not? (it's a radio station)
Seriously, from the link:
A sword has been added to the picture, held in a comical position by a participant (the cat) who wouldn't usually have one.[citation needed]
We need a citation for why most cats don't hold swords? (Why am I suddenly *certain* there has been a study on this with a large government grant of taxpayer funds?