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Luann by Greg Evans

Luann

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  1. drewder commented on Luann about 14 hours ago

    Failing schools are easy to spot in todays low expectation society. You just look for the schools with the most drop outs.

  2. drewder commented on Luann about 14 hours ago

    Yeah I’m sure they’re starving for work…. Nobody hires rocket scientists.

  3. drewder commented on Luann about 14 hours ago

    Ukulele Making is much better than Ukulele playing. There is nothing wrong with her learning a trade.

  4. drewder commented on Luann 1 day ago

    Trust me there will never be to many chemistry majors or engineers.

  5. drewder commented on Luann 9 days ago

    Lets be clear multitasking is the art of doing multiple tasks at the same time, usually badly. What luann is doing is synergizing. Which is doing one task and meeting multiple goals. She’s studying as she studies the kids are entertained, educated and watched after. A multitasker would study and claim to be watching the kids at the same time.

  6. drewder commented on Luann 16 days ago

    I’m going to call it. Gunther is going to be far more useful and beloved by the village people than Rosa and it is going to piss her off. Other than language skills what does she have to offer them?

  7. drewder commented on Luann 22 days ago

    How many phone workers does one plastic surgeon need?

  8. drewder commented on Luann 27 days ago

    He’s forgetting his place.

  9. drewder commented on Luann about 1 month ago

    When politicians encourage the young to vote they are rolling weighted dice. No one expects any great insight from the young. Yes there are some who are engaged but the vast majority couldn’t name a politician let alone what their positions are.

  10. drewder commented on Luann about 1 month ago

    We should make it as hard as possible to vote. The polls should open at 9am and if you are not in line by 9:05 you should be turned away.the future of our nation is too important to trust to the lazy and undisciplined.