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B.C. by Mastroianni and Hart

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  1. Gee Man GoComics Pro Member commented on Starslip about 1 month ago

    Thanks robinwiley, I used your link and read the rest of the series. It was great.

  2. Gee Man GoComics Pro Member commented on Arlo and Janis about 1 month ago

    Nope. Already too cold here (Calgary, Alberta)

  3. Gee Man GoComics Pro Member commented on Rudy Park 5 months ago

    And hopefully, others will do just that, because America needs to break from crony capitalism – and neither the would-be authoritarian nor the establishment Dem are going to chart a meaningfully different course. Ok, the one guy might chart a different course, but it would be much worse.

  4. Gee Man GoComics Pro Member commented on Rudy Park 8 months ago

    Maybe critics, like many fans, just didn’t find visual spectacle enough to make up for thin plot and terrible characterization?

  5. Gee Man GoComics Pro Member commented on Rudy Park 9 months ago

    What puddleglum said; architects do more of the aesthetic design, while engineers work the math to make it happen.

  6. Gee Man GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine 10 months ago

    I always tell my students, if they’re not headed for the sciences or engineering, they may not use algebra after high school (but it’s a given if they never learn it!); however, algebra teaches reasoning, logic and problem solving skills that are useful regardless.

  7. Gee Man GoComics Pro Member commented on Last Kiss 12 months ago

    Maybe he should narrow down the species first.

  8. Gee Man GoComics Pro Member commented on Peanuts almost 1 year ago

    120 is the C to D distance. A to B is 20 miles longer, therefore 140 miles. Solving for the CD distance is necessary, since the other distances were expressed in relation to it, but if you stop at that you make a common mistake, doing the bulk of the work nessary to solve, but quitting before answering the question that was asked.

  9. Gee Man GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz about 1 year ago

    Since reciprocally are necessary to do fraction division problems, as well as useful to understand negative exponents, Caufield is out of character in rejecting useful knowledge.

  10. Gee Man GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville about 1 year ago

    When polls differ significantly from actually results, it is typically a reflection of low voter turnout; when most eligible voters don’t bother to show up, it means the vote can be easily swayed by relatively small voter blocs who do show up. Their is also in many GOP run-states the influence of heavy gerrymandering that skews results.

    As for the topic of the comic – it’s rather telling that two of the biggest clowns in the GOP presidential clown car are dominating among GOP primary voters. This happened in 2011 too, though not to the same degree, and primary voters eventually shifted to the more electable choice of Romney. This time around, it’s not as clear there are more reasonable, electable choices, so where they are going is truly up in the air.