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  1. Travis Brewer commented on Luann 11 days ago

    Didn’t you see Bernice in the background, with Luann’s parents?

  2. Travis Brewer commented on Luann 16 days ago

    I knew it!

  3. Travis Brewer commented on Calvin and Hobbes 16 days ago

    Interestingly, the sum is a square number, but that’s not how it works.

    As a teacher, I have to say that Hobbes’ explanation is a fairly accurate depiction of the methods in Common Core Math.

  4. Travis Brewer commented on Peanuts 26 days ago

    “You let the wrong words slip
    While kissing persuasive lips
    Odds are you won’t live to see tomorrow!”

  5. Travis Brewer commented on The Born Loser about 1 month ago

    Me too, including one that went out the same way that an incandescent does (i.e. a bright flash then dead), and knocked out power to half of my trailer home.

  6. Travis Brewer commented on Luann about 1 month ago

    If I hadn’t seen the look on TJ’s face when the truck exploded, I would also think that this was a bit too convenient. But the look on his face said it all, that was NOT something he’d planned. If TJ planned this, he also planned setting Brad’s house on fire a few years back.

  7. Travis Brewer commented on Calvin and Hobbes 2 months ago

    Ever hear of “false Dichotomy?”

  8. Travis Brewer commented on Calvin and Hobbes 2 months ago

    The T-rex is significantly larger, and its arms proportionately shorter than the allosaurus’. Additionally the Allosaurus lived in the Jurassic, T-Rex lived in the Cretaceous.

  9. Travis Brewer commented on B.C. 2 months ago

    I too have Dish, and I’ve actually started shortening 30 min shows to 20 mins. 60 min shows (not The 60 minutes) to 40 and 3 hour movies to only 2 hours. The extra 1/3 of airtime is composed of salespeople “trying to sell me something that I do not need.” And if you don’t recognize where that line is from you don’t know where this line is from either; “Sunny day, sweeping the clouds away…”

  10. Travis Brewer commented on B.C. 2 months ago

    Actually, reality TV shows frequently make my brain feel like it should when the hammer gets through with it (i.e. I’m so ticked I turn off the TV and turn to my favorite books.)