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Odori Park by Chris Watkins: Culture Day
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  2. adriana

    I guess they don’t call it the “melting pot” for nothing ;)

  3. DadaHyena

    I don’t know how you resisted the urge to fill that last panel with as many fanatics and loonies as possible…or maybe that’s the ‘Deluxe Edition’ coming up?

  4. SpilledInkGuy

    Keep on Kling-n-on! :)

  5. Kendall

    You hit the nail on the head with this one. I’m kind of sad that we don’t have Culture Days. :<

  6. Chris

    Adriana: Somehow, though, I don’t think anyone could have predicted the way it’s turned out… :)
    DadaHyena: Ha! Maybe so :)
    SpilledInk: How good of you to avoid the obligatory “Uranus” pun ;)
    Kendall: It would turn into a really mixed bag!

  7. Puck

    ….. See, I was marginally confident that ‘kreplach’ was a Jewish food, and so that last panel is really confusing to me.

  8. Chris

    Oh, that’s kreplach. Kra’plach is a Klingon insult involving livestock and one’s grandmother. I think. I’ll have to check my dictionary.

  9. stjerne

    Everyday is culture day in America. Seriously, turn on the tv or see a movie and we are surrounded by our culture that borrows and shamelessly steals from other cultures. Now, other groups hold cultural festivals such as Oktoberfest, Scandinavian days, highland games, and so on. You need a large enough population and then they hold fairs and gatherings to honor their unique food and traditions.

  10. Charlie Spencer

    Eh, just assimilate, already!

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