FreeGlass!

posted on Jul 04, 2011, 03 pm

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psudonym, Jul 04, 2011, 02 pm

Happy Forth Everyone!

And thanks to friend and fan FreeGlass, Question Duck does not go updateless on this fine holiday! And if anything, I too wonder why drop the milkman service? If anything, it's a business model long overdue for a revisiting I might think! Ah well, what do I know of business?

Anycase, I best keep things brief and let those of you in the states back to their holiday. We'll be back with more Question Ducking on Wednesday which will be soon enough!

@BM03 from the other day,
Yes actually the comic from Friday is based on a very specific spot that I've been to and that exact view. I do the details little justice, but I can assure you those rocks exist, overlooking that particular body of water. And 10 points to anyone who can name those mountains and that lake! A hint: the memorable lake shares the name of a rather forgettable movie.

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Your Comments:

RandomNinjaGuy, Jul 04, 2011, 03 pm

Actually some places actually still have milkmen services .3.

robybang, Jul 04, 2011, 03 pm

Is it Lake Placid and Whiteface Mountain?

psudonym, Jul 04, 2011, 04 pm

TEN POINTS TO ROBYBANG!

Neon-J, Jul 04, 2011, 04 pm

I thought milkmen still existed..

FreeGlass (Guest), Jul 04, 2011, 09 pm

Awh, dude!

This is so awrsome! Meant to comment earlier, but been having a busy (and football-full) day... The other one's brilliant, too.

Ghost (Guest), Jul 05, 2011, 04 pm

Too many paternity suits... or so I heard.

Gunwild (Guest), Jul 06, 2011, 04 am

They made two sequels to that Lake Placid movie with the giant crocodiles. TWO.

ibiri, Aug 11, 2011, 11 pm

My mom said that the milk form the milkman was the better than than the ones we have now. D: I want them back.

Yadda (Guest), Oct 13, 2011, 11 pm

Originally, milk needed to be delivered to houses daily since the lack of good refrigeration meant it would quickly spoil. The near-ubiquity of refrigerators in homes in the developed world, as well as improved packaging, has decreased the need for frequent milk delivery over the past half-century and made the trade shrink in many localities sometimes to just 3 days a week and disappear totally in others. Additionally, milk delivery incurs a small cost on the price of dairy products that is increasingly difficult to justify and leaves delivered milk in a position where it is prone to theft.

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