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Monday, September 3, 2001
Who actually does the stacking?

Wednesday, September 5, 2001
Round and round it goes...

Friday, September 7, 2001
That'll lift a lot more than an eight-pound bowling ball...

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September 3, 2001: Panel 1: A stack of Oreos reaching from the surface of the Earth into space. TV: If all Oreos ever made were stacked on top of each other, the pile would reach the moon and back five times! Skip: Really? TV: Yes, really! Would we make up something like that? Skip: Let's find out. (picks up phone) I need to order some Oreos... Caption: Things the ultra-rich do with their money. September 5, 2001: Panel 1: 'Rockwood' title getting flushed down a toilet. Dana: (looks back as toilet flushes) What are you morons doing? Kepler: Testing the Coriolis effect! See, the Coriolis effect is what causes water to rotate one way as it drains in the northern hemisphere on Earth, and rotate the other way in the southern hemisphere... but since we're not on Earth, we decided an experiment was in order! Dana: Geez. Don't you have anything productive to do? Kepler: Girls just don't appreciate science. Mitch: Ooo!! Let's flush this paper boat and see what happens!! September 7, 2001: Panel 1: Mega-maid from Spaceballs vacuuming up the Rockwood logo. Al walks out of room with a box of valuables, sets it down, closes the door, then blows the airlock. Ship: AaOOOOga!! Loss of pressure! Loss of pressure! Emergency airlock activated! Pressure Restored! Al: It's the advantage of being a bachelor in space! Mitch: Now that is what I call vacuuming your room!