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  1. Nermal M commented on Luann 1 day ago

    I’m beginning to see the point of this lesson.

  2. Nermal M commented on Luann Bonus Material 2 days ago

    I vote Tiffany will be married to Gunther.

  3. Nermal M commented on Luann Bonus Material 2 days ago

    I will be 90 then, and I hope to be around long enough to see it. I think this strip should progress in actual time now like Gasoline Alley does.

  4. Nermal M commented on Luann 2 days ago

    He didn’t even look at the pictures to be certain she did do 17. I would feel I wasted my time.

  5. Nermal M commented on Luann 4 days ago

    Do lefties raise their right hand in response to a teacher’s question? It has been too long since I’ve been in a classroom, so I can’t remember. I notice Luann is holding up her right hand. One Eye is barely holding up his left hand.

  6. Nermal M commented on Gasoline Alley 4 days ago

    Spiders suck up whatever there is to suck up in a praying mantis leaving white bodies of praying mantises behind. I think praying mantises are interesting, but they do eat good bugs as well as bad ones.

  7. Nermal M commented on Gasoline Alley 4 days ago

    Spiders suck up whatever there is to suck up in a praying mantis leaving white bodies of praying mantises behind. I think praying mantises are interesting, but they do eat good bugs as well as bad ones.

  8. Nermal M commented on Gasoline Alley 8 days ago

    LOL,Jan! There are small, brown spiders in my yard that suck the life out of praying mantises. They end up looking like white ghosts of praying mantises.

  9. Nermal M commented on Luann 9 days ago

    They are acting like guys who would put “Trial Run” on the back of the bride and groom’s car instead of “Just Married”.

  10. Nermal M commented on Gasoline Alley 9 days ago

    A praying mantis got into my house, and my cat was gently batting at it. The praying mantis fought back with its front legs. Fiesty little things they are. I rescued it from my cat and put it outside. They lay their eggs on the bark of my snowball bush, so I have plenty of them in my yard.