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  1. Carl R commented on Adam@Home 2 days ago

    and if they don’t, you might catch some reindeer…

  2. Carl R commented on Adam@Home 2 days ago

    laughed out loud at this one. ;)

  3. Carl R commented on Frazz 3 days ago

    In any case, she’s a cartoon, so why is she prejudiced against them?

  4. Carl R commented on Adam@Home 6 days ago

    I cry over It’s a Wonderful Life, too. Doesn’t everyone?

  5. Carl R commented on Dilbert Classics 7 days ago

    If life doesn’t give you lemons, better luck next year.

  6. Carl R commented on Close to Home 11 days ago

    Adam notified them in advance that he would arrive sometime between October 31 and January 1.

  7. Carl R commented on Adam@Home 14 days ago

    More like wired. After drinking the Red Bull and Nuclear Coffee, that isn’t surprising. The surprising thing is that he can sit still.

  8. Carl R commented on Peanuts 14 days ago

    I don’t think a Sopwith Camel has enough range for a trans-Atlantic flight.

  9. Carl R commented on Scary Gary 15 days ago

    Reminds me of the pacific islander that bought a pony for his son’s birthday party.

  10. Carl R commented on Frazz 15 days ago

    I was a TA in Operations Research in Graduate School, years ago. I found that people didn’t have any trouble understanding the concepts, and they didn’t have any trouble following the steps to solve problems. The problem they had was math phobia. If I wrote something on the board using math notation, their eyes glazed over, and they concluded that it was beyond their comprehension when it wasn’t difficult at all. I have always believed that early on they should have been exposed to the notations, and told that the notation is no big deal. Instead the real math notation is hidden from them, and they are given the idea that it is somehow beyond them.