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Working Daze by John Zakour and Scott Roberts

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  1. belgarathmth commented on Calvin and Hobbes 4 days ago

    I wonder if our poster-in-German meant to say “Ich denke, die Antwort ist NEUN.”

  2. belgarathmth commented on Stone Soup 5 days ago

    Yeah, you only save money with a sale if you were going to buy the item any way. It’s surprising how many people don’t seem to realize this. I guess that’s why they get into out-of-control credit card debt.

  3. belgarathmth commented on FoxTrot Classics 6 days ago

    @Joseph Desouza, thanks. I knew that was a simple system of equations from Algebra I, and I was about to try to work it out myself. You saved me the trouble. :)

  4. belgarathmth commented on Monty 8 days ago

    I think Sedgie and Jarvis are funny, and I love their segments. I especially like this story line, because it’s making Sedgewick just a little more sympathetic as a character.

  5. belgarathmth commented on Shoe 19 days ago

    I love it that the undertaker is a vulture! LOL Reminds me of how much I laughed the first time I saw the computer repairbird wearing a wizard’s robes and hat.

  6. belgarathmth commented on Monty 19 days ago

    Omg, you’re right. It’s Sedgie and Jarvis! I wouldn’t have seen it without the comments.

  7. belgarathmth commented on Calvin and Hobbes 19 days ago

    I sat on a women’s bicycle once, and I understood the difference immediately. The slanted bar completely changes the center of gravity. My entire weight was concentrated right on my “nether regions”. It was very painful. The men’s bike puts the weight further back, where I assume it would be uncomfortable for a woman.

  8. belgarathmth commented on Red and Rover 19 days ago

    You taught me a new phrase. I had never heard “meteorological (season)” used to describe the seasons according to months of the calendar as opposed to “astronomical (season)” to describe the exact solstices and equinoxes. I knew the second term from before, but not this new one.

  9. belgarathmth commented on Calvin and Hobbes 20 days ago

    I think grown-up Calvin could be a great cartoonist, artist, writer, or graphic designer. He might even be able to channel that great imagination into advertising. I think Calvin will major in Art, if he gets it together in high school enough to qualify for college. He needs for his parents or a good teacher somewhere along the way to understand him and to help him focus his gifts in the right direction. His problem will always be finding the self-discipline to pass the many courses he will have to take that bore him.

  10. belgarathmth commented on Heart of the City 26 days ago

    Interesting choice for the artist to deliberately misspell “officially”, because a little girl that age might.