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crabby
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1-02-02 10:43pm (new)
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Jabizo
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Wow! I'm in the zone! Even my comic ID# 49894 is a palindrome!

[Click to view comic: 'Shocking Shark Discoveries']

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1-03-02 8:17am (new)
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Mr_Jass
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[Click to view comic: 'Sodomy Modos']

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1-03-02 3:01pm (new)
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andydougan
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1-03-02 8:33pm (new)
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BigEvilDan
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[Click to view comic: 'CC 89 - Star Trek: Ert Rats']

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1-04-02 7:52am (new)
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kaufman
Director of Cats

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1-04-02 7:59am (new)
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KajunFirefly
chooby digital (in stereo)

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aaaaaarrrrgggghhhhhh

*pop*

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1-04-02 11:15am (new)
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Namgubed
The Merry Elf

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Sorry I took so long to decide, but there's a lot of good stuff here, so it wasn't easy!

I'll start with the honorable mentions:

Kajun Firefly: "Captain Palindrome" - great sidekick idea
lemur68: "Hell? Eh" and " 'S Satan at ass"
fpd: "Robot mum Tobor", "Dog God", "Soap Opera Recaps" - in the words of Bill Murray in "Tootsie", "that is one nutty hospital!"
fuzzyman: "Call me Sidney"
andydougan: "He won a Toyota now, eh?"

And now, the moment for which you've all been waiting ever-so-patiently...

The winner is ...

**kaufman**

for his combination of "Writer's block" for the nice palindrome pun, and "ABBA brainstorming session" for the clever rule bender and Swedish flag background!

Congratulations, kaufman!

And thanks, everyone, for your efforts!

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1-04-02 12:13pm (new)
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KajunFirefly
chooby digital (in stereo)

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always a bridesmaid.....

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1-04-02 12:18pm (new)
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fpd
Doctor of Fine Parody

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Did you miss the hidden palindromes? Has anyone figured out what they are?

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1-04-02 12:28pm (new)
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andydougan
Film critic subordinaire

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Has anyone been keeping track of how many times kaufman's won? It must be into triple figures by now.

1-04-02 1:12pm (new)
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fuzzyman
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Curses! Foiled again!

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1-04-02 7:43pm (new)
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Namgubed
The Merry Elf

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Did you miss the hidden palindromes? Has anyone figured out what they are?

Well, I saw "Dr. Awkward" and "Do geese see God" and then my brain exploded.

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1-04-02 10:28pm (new)
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fpd
Doctor of Fine Parody

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Did you miss the hidden palindromes? Has anyone figured out what they are?

Well, I saw "Dr. Awkward" and "Do geese see God" and then my brain exploded.


Those weren't the hidden palindromes. They weren't even in the strips. I placed various non-palindromic references to known palindromes to obscure the real palindromes. For example, I said "Doctor Awkward," which is not a palindrome, instead of Dr. Awkward. I also mentioned Geese beholding God, but never asked "Do Geese see God?" Anyway, here are the actual hidden palindromes.

In the first strip, the hidden palindrome is the word "a", which is used as the indefinite article before words beginning with a consonant sound. It appears in the first panel just before the word "palindrome."

In the second strip, the hidden palindrome is the word "I", which is used as the subjective, first-person pronoun. It is said by the elf who is talking to Doctor Awkward in the last panel.

The third panel of each strip contained clues. Knowing what the answers are, you should be able to recognize the clues.

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1-05-02 4:03pm (new)
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