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Big Nate by Lincoln Peirce

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  1. strickmaedel commented on Baldo 4 days ago

    Messrs. Cantu and Castellanos have no idea what a half marathon is.

  2. strickmaedel commented on Richard's Poor Almanac 18 days ago

    James Joyce’s novel Ulysses is about how Leopold Bloom spends June 16, 1904. So now June 16 is known (in literary circles) as Bloomsday.

  3. strickmaedel commented on Richard's Poor Almanac 18 days ago

    July 14

  4. strickmaedel commented on One Big Happy 19 days ago

    Technically, it’s a diaresis. An umlaut shows a change in the pronunciation of the vowel; a diaresis shows that the second vowel is pronounced separately.

  5. strickmaedel commented on Candorville 19 days ago

    Global climate change is already worsening weather that has an adverse effect on crops. Food shortages and famine will lead to global war and future dystopia with or without robots.

  6. strickmaedel commented on Candorville 24 days ago

    Wow, 22 years. So progressive. And remember those riots a couple of years ago? What were those about?

    The National Health Service is definitely way better than what we’re stuck with in the United States, though. And they don’t have the factory farming.

  7. strickmaedel commented on Stone Soup 24 days ago

    No, this is the opposite of that: The author determines what it all means, not the English teacher who assigns symbolism to everything.

  8. strickmaedel commented on Tiny Sepuku 28 days ago

    And all of this is taking place in Salt Lake City, Utah?

  9. strickmaedel commented on Brevity 28 days ago

    The fashions are a century too late. They should be dressed more like this: http://www.marquise.de/en/1700/menguide/g18m_2.jpg

  10. strickmaedel commented on Baldo 28 days ago

    Sara is not her own mentor. “Sara, as your mentor, I think you should know . . ..”