Life on the Moon
  • Dorothy
    March 17, 2011

    Are Cat and Girl cartoons autobiographical? To some degree.

  • Ethan
    March 17, 2011

    So, you might say you’re a city person?

  • mike
    March 17, 2011

    We are all stuck here together on this planet. There is no escape.

  • Bella
    March 17, 2011

    I can see the future now? :o

  • juliannarose
    March 17, 2011

    the 6th borough?

  • Sal
    March 17, 2011

    That’s a good way to describe Arizona

  • yachris
    March 17, 2011

    Stupid gravity.

  • Crales
    March 17, 2011

    Just before I saw this cartoon I was searching on Redfin and was being tempted by that extra little patch of green into looking for a house just a little farther out into the soul-sucking vortex of suburbia. Thank you for this.

  • Erika
    March 17, 2011

    All of Earth is a third world country.

    Mercury is first world, but you can’t live there.

    I don’t know what the moon is. 3.14, maybe?

  • Rincon Boy
    March 18, 2011

    That’s Pi in the sky thinking, Erika.

  • Roberta
    March 18, 2011

    I just moved, almost the moon. Am waiting for the Witnesses to show up and confirm.

  • David Thomsen
    March 19, 2011

    Sometimes I want to fly away to the moon, but my reasons are usually things like people jumping to the head of a queue or walking four abreast on the pavement and not moving to let anyone pass. I don’t have this much patience with humanity.

  • Chris
    March 21, 2011

    Well, I’d like to visit the moon
    On a rocket ship high in the air
    Yes, I’d like to visit the moon
    But I don’t think I’d like to live there

  • Rollo
    March 22, 2011

    Why is the moon which goes around the Earth “The” moon. You’d think that some other more important moon would be the definitive example… like Ganymede.

    Or maybe the proper name of the big moon of Earth (which isn’t Cruithne) is actually “The”.

  • Rodrigo
    March 27, 2011

    “The Moon” is the best moon ever is why! Did you know that it’s been staring lovingly at the Earth’s surface for its entire existence? That’s why the moon and the image of that half of its many-cratered surface are such a powerful force on life and humanity, both literally and figuratively. How many moons have that sort of dedication? I don’t know, I’m too lazy!

  • dog trainer
    April 9, 2013

    Hi, thanks for sharing.

  • Colin
    May 22, 2013

    What basis can anyone have for naming any particular moon the most important? Important to who? To what? Important to the host planet? In that case an argument can be made for Charon. It’s so massive in many astronomical scenarios it’s easier to say Pluto and Charon form a double object!

    That’s not even going into other meaningful criteria for importance, such as geologic or meteorologic activity.

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