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  1. sjoujke

    sjoujke GoComics PRO Member said, almost 7 years ago

    Oh boy, another failed test!

  2. pouncingtiger

    pouncingtiger said, almost 7 years ago

    Another student who’ll be left behind.

  3. BigChiefDesoto

    BigChiefDesoto said, almost 7 years ago

    Reminds me of when I was in high school. Civics class test question: what’s the state fish of California? I put down “shark”. It got full credit!!

  4. Yukoner

    Yukoner said, almost 7 years ago

    Last time I was there they issued me a parking ticket.

  5. Mr. Patel

    Mr. Patel said, almost 7 years ago

    He deserves full marks. Correct Answer!

  6. GROG!

    GROG! GoComics PRO Member said, almost 7 years ago

    He should at least get part marks.

  7. BigChiefDesoto

    BigChiefDesoto said, almost 7 years ago

    Hi Joe, Yes. Actually that’s the only thing I DO remember from Civics class! I was in the math and science whiz kids group, politics was never even remotely one of my interests. We had moved from Michigan and were generally disgusted at the house quality and lot sizes in California compared to Michigan. Apparently the civics teacher was too. As a friend of ours said, California houses were good houses for earthquake country, they wouldn’t hurt you if they fell on you!!

  8. sarge112751

    sarge112751 said, almost 7 years ago

    How about - “People don’t speak ENGLISH” ???

  9. William Tidler Jr.

    William Tidler Jr. said, almost 7 years ago

    Susan001 said: Skyler, they spesk Spanish and Portuguese, which are offshoots of Latin. Some of their Catholic masses may be in Latin, too.

    Really ? Do tell… ( I hope they “speak” it and don’t “spesk” it.)

  10. dkram

    dkram said, almost 7 years ago

    Somes tims the ole ceeboard do what it want.

    \\//_

  11. jrbj

    jrbj said, almost 7 years ago

    Sadly, William T., Latin went out with Vatican II. On the bright side, Benedict has said it’s permitted again on a voluntary basis. Sadly, few if any have volunteered to use it. Prior to Vatican II you could go to Mass anywhere in the world and know exactly what was happening. Now, if you are attending Mass in a foreign country you sit there totally lost. It makes no sense not to use Latin.

  12. crazyolnick

    crazyolnick said, almost 7 years ago

    I’m with you Sarge

  13. pearlandpeach

    pearlandpeach said, almost 7 years ago

    SA has churches that do english and latin and spanish. If you know the rites = it is easy to follow in any of them.

  14. Submachine

    Submachine said, almost 7 years ago

    Latin, hispanic who cares.

  15. ottod

    ottod GoComics PRO Member said, almost 7 years ago

    Before Vatican II, Catholics could travel all over the world and not understand the mass exactly the same way.

    Show of hands for anyone who actually studied Latin.

    Show of hands for anyone who actually understands Latin.

    Q. E. D.

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