what would make it a five-starfish rating (aside from having Wifi and cell service)?
At least she’s not cooking here
Today’s classic FoxTrot Sunday strip (and this one goes along with the current Caribbeanny vacation arc):
I went to the beach yesterday but the sun was too bright to see my phone. I would rather look at the water anyway.
All we got on this beach are shellfish.
If you need WiFi/cell service, you’re missing entirely the point of going to the beach.
It’s your fault mom, for allowing them to have cell phones. We survived well into adult-hood without them .. & they would too.
Always happy and appreciative that I grew up back in the 70’s.
Jason – they are no longer called starfish, the name change is due to the fact they are fish, so now they are called seastars.
Has someone called PETA?
I’m with Andy about the kids away digital devices and seeing more of the world. Jason just be worst for being too much into technology.
Vacation at The Glass Hotel.
I went to the beach and had great shell service!
She sells sea cells down by the sea shore.
Oh silly jason it’ll just regenerate into TWO starfishes.
after this look at today’s Betty strip
So the Sunday strip written a few weeks ago at most matches up with the rerun of daily strips written a few decades ago? Impressive.
Reminds me of when I taught a summer enrichment class on “nature in your back yard.” One kid obviously needed it, but I don’t know how much it helped — he talked about how to play Mario CONSTANTLY.
Half a starfish will eventually grow to it being a full starfish.
Speaking of cell service…A politician was visiting a village and was talking to the mayor. He asked him if they needed anything. The mayor said, yes, they had a couple of needs and one is that they needed a doctor. The politician took out his cell phone, dialed a number and spoke for a few minutes. Then he put his phone back in his pocket and said, “Done! You’ll have a new doctor soon. What was the other thing?” The mayor said, “Cell phone service. We have no reception anywhere in our village.”
“The key to happiness is internet