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  1. nikkib68 GoComics Pro Member commented on Big Nate 4 months ago

    First, respecting your elders does not mean allowing them to treat you like dirt. If that’s what you think, you are in for a rough ride in life. Second, Trudy is only one year older than Nate. I realize small age differences can be a big deal at younger ages, but I don’t think the one year really qualifies Trudy as Nate’s “elder”. Do you really think it’s okay for Trudy to treat Nate this way? If so, that makes me sad that someone so young feels that way and would let someone treat them badly just because they were a year older.

  2. nikkib68 GoComics Pro Member commented on Big Nate 4 months ago

    I pretty much lost all of my liking of Trudy when she abandoned Nate at the party to do her nails. She knew he didn’t know anyone there and that the 7th graders were pretty rude, almost to the point of bullying, to 6th graders. It was an extremely rude and inconsiderate move on her part. I think the writing was pretty much on the wall then. Maybe there’s hope if Nate speaks up and she has the sense to listen to what he says.

  3. nikkib68 GoComics Pro Member commented on Big Nate 6 months ago

    It was rude and inconsiderate of her to leave him all alone when she knows he really doesn’t know anybody and he is the “odd man out”.

  4. nikkib68 GoComics Pro Member commented on For Better or For Worse 11 months ago

    I agree that children should call adults by some title showing respect whether it is Mr./Miss followed by a first name or a last name. However, if that adult has told them to call them by their first name then I think that is okay and certainly not disrespectful. In fact, some might say it is disrespectful to not honor that adult’s wish as to how they want to be addressed. I find it interesting that @3 Fighting Fish jumped straight to the negative assumption that Annie had not already told Elizabeth that it was okay to call her “Annie”. That may not be the case, but why jump to the negative so quickly?

  5. nikkib68 GoComics Pro Member commented on Arlo and Janis almost 2 years ago

    Good question. I have one who is 16 and one who is 18 and they both still use it constantly to communicate with their friends.

  6. nikkib68 GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville over 3 years ago

    I have two boys that I am so thankful for and for me it was worth it. But that is an individual thing. I know that not everyone is cut out to have children and be a parent but that does not make them bad people. It is much better to recognize that you aren’t cut out for it than to force it for whatever reason (e.g., societal dictates) and have everyone, especially the child(ren), suffer because of it.

  7. nikkib68 GoComics Pro Member commented on Luann over 3 years ago

    Check out the Wikipedia entry for Luann. It gives rough dates of certain significant events (Ann Eifel’s exit being one of them). This should help you narrow your search of the strips that @PMark suggested.

  8. nikkib68 GoComics Pro Member commented on Luann Againn over 3 years ago

    Ms. Phelps has not changed much in appearance over the years.

  9. nikkib68 GoComics Pro Member commented on For Better or For Worse over 3 years ago

    And again, you have a way of projecting your mother’s mistakes on to Elly.

  10. nikkib68 GoComics Pro Member commented on For Better or For Worse over 3 years ago

    Susan, You really need to stop projecting your feelings about your mother onto Ellie. I understand that you had a really bad childhood and I do have sympathy for you on that issue. No one should mistreat a child. But Ellie is not anywhere near as bad as you are always carping about her being. She’s human, she makes mistakes, and yes, sometimes she reacts poorly to things her kids do. But that’s part of being human.