The Boondocks by Aaron McGruder for October 11, 2015
Riley: I don't care what anyone says... it ain't fair!! Whay do I gotta suffer and pay dues?! I got no time for living "average." I ain't got no car, no jewelry, no yacht--nothing!! I want mine's now!! Huey: You know, a poet named Kay Ryan once said, "Who would have guessed it possible that waiting is sustainable, a place with its own harvests... or that in time's fullness the diamonds of patience couldn't be distinguished from the genuine in brilliance or hardness." What do you think that means? Riley: It means you're a nerd and poetry is stupid. Meanwhile, I need a scheme to cop some real diamonds and a convertible Jag by the fourth grade.