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  1. chris.stahl commented on Frazz 26 days ago

    Read “open house” as “high school graduation party” and then look at the balloons on the mailboxes again. The term may be an east coast/midwest thing, though.

  2. chris.stahl commented on Frazz 5 months ago

    Interestingly enough, that’s probably true. That is, if your “real world” doesn’t involve a technical job where math is required to function on a day-to-day basis. For most of the world, in fact, they can get by without geometry, trig and calc. But those that DO have these basics down are primarily responsible for the technological marvels we use every day.

  3. chris.stahl commented on Frazz 5 months ago

    Wow, you couldn’t be farther from the truth if you tried. Checked factcheck.org, cbs.com and the washington post (I know, that one is a liberal-leaning publication). As of Aug 9, 2013 the President had taken 92 vacation days. For the same amount of time in office, Bush had already taken 367 (I know, convenient number).

  4. chris.stahl commented on Frazz 6 months ago

    I think Jef may be referring to the “Candy Crush Saga” saga.

  5. chris.stahl commented on Frazz about 1 year ago

    I’m with you. If I can’t hear how awful my breathing sounds, I’m less discouraged. Also, the right song(s) can be a great motivator for those of us who aren’t the biggest fans of running.

  6. chris.stahl commented on Doonesbury over 1 year ago

    TLDR troll

  7. chris.stahl commented on Frazz over 1 year ago

    That’s what I thought! But yeah, if a joke needs to be explained, you’ve either missed on the delivery or the target audience.

  8. chris.stahl commented on Frazz over 1 year ago

    I think Caulfield would have brought in a miniature poodle in that case.

  9. chris.stahl commented on Frazz over 1 year ago

    Actually, his teacher did guess his costume as Newman’s Devil from Faust in 2010. It turned out to be Goethe’s Devil revealed by Caulfield’s use of the line “It was too tempting. Forgive me.”
    I too think that this is Caulfield as Faust with Mephistopheles in poodle form before being corrupted. Will know for sure if he starts complaining about the vanity of learning or about the benefits of magical knowledge.

  10. chris.stahl commented on Frazz almost 2 years ago

    I love the shirt! B, double-E, double-R, U, N! Beer Ruuun! Excellent Bob and Tom reference Jef!