Momma came down unnecessarily hard in yesterday’s strip, but Luann comes back with an excellent counter. She’s come a loooooooong way. :)
Well, he SAID…
I really enjoy how this b….ahem, woman, just cuts in with her own assumptions without really listening to her daughter and without Luann explaining anything. This woman needs to see a head doctor about her control issues…
Yes, sir. Another place I stay away from. Getting pretty rare to find a sensible comments section anymore, that’s for sure.
Yeah, but people are cool here and don’t use insult or bury their heads in the sand. They explain their viewpoints and share opinions like good and friendly people. Those comment sections I don’t mind participating in.
The origin means that you are fragile and delicate, unable to handle any form of pressure (aka, “Can’t take the heat”), and so on. It’d be more poetic if it wasn’t used in such a crass fashion…
This strip explains perfectly why I stay away from comments sections. If people have to bury their head in the sand mimicking Trump or use insults (especially “Snowflake”), they are not worth my time talking to. Some of us are still around, Lemont.
Well I guess that answers the booth question from before. Also, Hubbsy’s face in the last panel….my god, I just about lost it. I love this strip series so much.
No, gun control DOES work, it just doesn’t work for America. As advanced as we are, we’re still a young country compared to the other developed nations. Think of them as the parents and grandparents who had many years to figure things out. In comparison, America is a tween who thinks they know everything in reality when they haven’t got a clue.
DST made more sense when more jobs and activity were during the day. Not anymore. With increased population, we have a lot of night people/careers, swing shifts, etc. Businesses have reshuffled some timetables, schools start earlier or later depending on where you live…DST is pretty much useless now. It’s an old practice that the rest of the modern world doesn’t follow for a system that made more sense 100 years ago.