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Cul de Sac - Sunday March 23, 2008 Comic Strip Licensing and Permissions

Cul de Sac - Sunday March 23, 2008 Comic Strip
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Alice: Petey, what's that? Petey: It's an oral report for my Social Studies Interactive Verbal Skill Acquisition Learning Module on ancient Egypt. Alice: Oh! Read it to me! Petey: Ahem. "Ancient Egypt", an oral report by Peter Otterloop. In Ancient Egypt there were many deities. Like Ray, the Sun God, whoa had a head like a falcon. And Hokh-Ptui, the Water God, whose drooling created the Nile. Ancient Egyptians were rightly proud of their mummies, which were made by taking one high-ranking dead person, extracting his brains through his nose with a buttonhook, and stuffing him with mayonnaise and garlic, plus some expensive trinkets to impress the other mummies. Alice: That was great. Hey, do we have a buttonhook around the house? Petey: No, and I've looked everywhere.