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  1. South2North commented on Frazz 5 months ago

    Hanukkah Turkey — the bird that lasts for 8 days and nights.

  2. South2North commented on Frazz about 1 year ago

    Why introduce facts into a perfectly good discussion?

  3. South2North commented on Frazz about 1 year ago

    I taught Introductory Statistics for a few years and I always began the course telling the students: “You’re now going to learn the most useful mathematics you’ve had since you took arithmetic”.

  4. South2North commented on Frazz about 1 year ago

    My father was Superintendent of Schools in our small NC town and as soon as the first snowflake fell, he would get phone calls as to whether school would be cancelled. But to be honest, it was a real concern; most snow fell at around 32 degrees (F) and produced ICE. Northerners use to complain the we Southerners didn’t know how to drive in snow – but nobody can drive in ice! People prove that every winter.

  5. South2North commented on Frazz about 1 year ago

    One cartoon I remember from “those days” was of a school boy peering out of the window of a Latin Grammar School and seeing a bus stuck in the snow: “Sick Transit, Glorious Monday”

  6. South2North commented on Frazz over 1 year ago

    I’m not sure about the third from last question. The French and Indian War was part of the Seven years War which, in turn began the Third Carnatic War in India. But I’m not sure Bombay was involved.

  7. South2North commented on Frazz over 1 year ago

    Becomes a fourth grade question if you throw in the median.

  8. South2North commented on Frazz over 1 year ago

    Try computing the diagonal of a rectangle without one – except for the 3-4-5 cases.

  9. South2North commented on Frazz over 1 year ago

    Square roots by hand? “Synthetic Division” was apiece of cake compared to that!

  10. South2North commented on Frazz over 1 year ago

    No!
    Pie are Round, Cornbread are Square !