Did you read Lynn’s notes for today’s strip before posting?
Ahhh, the heady feeling of that first kiss, that first “serious” romance. When my parents called it “puppy love,” I cringed. Nothing was more real, more meaningful or more affirming than the loves we shared in grade school.
So often cartoons depict our teachers as the enemy. In my experience, most have been fair, kind, responsible and considerate…while trying to simply do their job! I owe my thanks to teachers who did more than just teach me; they brought me up—through all my growing years and well into my adult life.
You’re right. Okay, I did not care for that episode. Best TNG episode was “The Best of Both Worlds”.
That episode sucks.
I don’t know about that. Back in the day I wrote some DOS batch programs that showed the user menus and sub-menus and executed programs based on the user selections. It really helped with the testing we were doing for 3M.
Those are awfully big words for 4 year old kids, Miss Bliss.
Interesting to see the word “like” becoming an essential and repetitive part of a kids’ vernacular. This strip was done in the 80s! I had no idea “like” had been so annoying for so long.
Having a bad day?