As I post this, I’ve just returned from a side-quest to Wegmans Grocery (they da best!), and the shuffle-play of my MP3 popped out Foreigner’s “Cold as Ice” (1977). On my movie-viewing list is Michael Caine in Blue Ice (1992), which borrows its name from an aviation definition, meaning “frozen sewage material that has leaked mid-flight from commercial aircraft lavatory waste systems.” I love it when synchronicity happens, because I wrote this strip over a decade ago, and it’s just now come up in the cycle.


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