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posted on Mar 01, 2014, 02 am

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psudonym, Mar 01, 2014, 02 am

It's weird thinking that I've just seen the very last "new" Miyazaki movie. What a wondrously thoughtful film.

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Your Comments:

Mort the Ghost (Guest), Mar 01, 2014, 05 am

AAAA PORCO ROSSO YAYY

Gunwild (Guest), Mar 01, 2014, 11 am

Still want a name for Braidy McHeadband. Don't think I've forgotten how the duck pulls her attention.

GabrielsThoughts, Mar 01, 2014, 11 am

I would totally LARP "Question Duck" if my cultural heratige hadn't stigmatized ducks in geneal. In fact, I might just LARP it anyway. How hard can it be to sit on somebody's head dressed like Howard the duck.

Meowstic_45, Mar 01, 2014, 03 pm

is the duck a boy or a girl I forget

General.Hankins, Mar 02, 2014, 05 pm

Question Duck just is.

Applejack (Guest), Mar 04, 2014, 05 am

Answers?

Who here knows the answer to the question?

JTAT (Guest), Mar 05, 2014, 06 pm

After weeks of reading, I've finally caught up... I'm not sure what to feel right now other than I love your comic. And I wish my life could be like Guy's.

Mort the Ghost (Guest), Mar 09, 2014, 08 am

Answers!

Applejack my friend:

It is because each apple contains a different chemical makeup. These chemicals slot into the receptors in our nose and tongue, providing flavor, and thus the different slotting patterns create different flavors.

The_Hankerchief, Mar 09, 2014, 11 am

Factors also include how the apple was grown, too. Different soils and weather conditions can make apples taste different (volcanic soils and sunlight are two factors directly related to fruit sweetness, for example), even if its the same breed of apple. For example, Wenatchee, Washington is located far inland in the Yakima Valley, surrounded by volcanic mountains and usually receives mostly fair weather throughout the year. Napa Valley, California, on the other hand, is in the rolling hills north of San Francisco, notable for seismic but not volcanic activity, and gets constant sunlight and warm temperatures almost year round. Because of this, a Richard Delicious apple grown in Wenatchee will taste different from a Richard Delicious apple grown in Napa Valley. Same thing with grapes, too.

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