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Citizen Dog by Mark O'Hare

Citizen Dog

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  1. mathteacher678 commented on Luann 4 months ago

    Will this be the end of the strip? Graduation for Luann’s class and a wedding for Brad?

  2. mathteacher678 commented on Freshly Squeezed 4 months ago

    At least he isn’t littering.

  3. mathteacher678 commented on Baldo 11 months ago

    She did have one when Baldo first met her, but they are no longer together.

  4. mathteacher678 commented on Family Tree about 1 year ago

    I’m surprised to hear he rents. I wouldn’t think a landlord would give him the option to have a “natural” lawn (meadow).

  5. mathteacher678 commented on Cul de Sac about 1 year ago

    When I was a kid we went to the pool to go swimming. There weren’t any chairs except the lifeguard chairs.

  6. mathteacher678 commented on Jump Start about 1 year ago

    “That” and “which” are both used for inanimate objects. “Who” is for people. “This is the book that I borrowed” is correct. “This is the book, which I borrowed” is also correct. The difference is that using the “which” is almost like putting the next part in parentheses. Note the comma before the “which.”

  7. mathteacher678 commented on Frazz about 1 year ago

    Oh, let it be the Dodgers!

  8. mathteacher678 commented on Candorville about 1 year ago

    Yep. Skip.

  9. mathteacher678 commented on Drabble about 1 year ago

    Second cousin’s half-sister is enough right there. I have a second cousin who is the daughter of my mother’s female cousin. Her half-sister would be a child of her father, not her mother – otherwise she’d also be my second cousin, not described as a half-sister.

  10. mathteacher678 commented on Stone Soup over 1 year ago

    Mom says she’s going “Out for coffee,” but she’s really eating cake.

    Mom says it’s a book club, but they just eat, drink, and talk (not about books).

    Mom goes to “happy hour,” but it’s really a time for cheap drinks and gossip.

    Those things are all seen as normal and okay. But when the daughter’s “going to the mall with a bunch of friends” turns out to be “finding a private place with one boy,” suddenly it’s important to be doing what you said you would. Misnaming is okay for the adult, not the kid.