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FoxTrot Classics by Bill Amend for November 17, 2009

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    legaleagle48  about 11 years ago

    In other words, shut up, Jason!

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    Aikidodog  about 11 years ago

    I have to write 2 6-page papers and a half a lab report by Monday. I WIN!

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    Takiniteasy  about 11 years ago

    I have to write ” War and Peace ” by tomorrow …

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    lewisbower  about 11 years ago

    I have to balance two sets of books by April 15th

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    josh_bisbee  about 11 years ago

    Better get reading, people.

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    Fred Larsen Premium Member about 11 years ago

    I have to read some more comics. I win!

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    tonytiger29  about 11 years ago

    stargazer: We GET to read more comics! HAH! Get back to work the rest of ya!!!!

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    kab2rb  about 11 years ago

    I not only get to read gocomics but comments too and that takes awhile. Sometimes there are too many reptitions on comments and I pass up. I hope they enjoy their books great for knowledge.

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    yyyguy  about 11 years ago

    i’m reading Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. by tomorrow I’ll be reading Frankenstein.

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    thestargazer1682  about 11 years ago

    For a second I forgot how old this probably is; thought maybe he was holding a kindle.

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    Rakkav  about 11 years ago

    Jason reading a thin book? I thought he’d be reading something truly massive, like The 12-Volume History of Mustard (that’s in Perfessor Fishbeak’s library, over in Shoe).

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    legaleagle48  about 11 years ago

    Johanan Rakkav said, 9 minutes ago

    Jason reading a thin book? I thought he’d be reading something truly massive, like The 12-Volume History of Mustard (that’s in Perfessor Fishbeak’s library, over in Shoe).

    Please. This is Jason we’re talking about. Unless it’s a book about math, science, or computers, he wants nothing to do with it (ever notice how we never see him waxing as enthusiastic about Spelling, Music, or Social Studies as he does about Math?)

    He does know how to push his older siblings’ buttons, though! :D

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    kubaker1  about 11 years ago

    Ha! I have to read every Religious Text ever written and submit a Report on each one! and read War And Peace to the blind in less than an hour!

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    chinook2  about 11 years ago

    At least I don’t have to deal with THAT…

    (and I’m a freshman, not a 5th grader!)

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    Ushindi Premium Member about 11 years ago

    You ALL lose - I have to read every single one of JAD’s comments by this weekend.

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  about 11 years ago

    I’m a little over half-way through “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea”, but it’s a public library book. It’s due back next Monday, but I’ll be in Utah visiting my brother and some friends (I leave this Thursday and don’t get back next Wednesday).

    I really wonder what it was like before Jason’s birth when it was just Peter and Paige. Probably peace and harmony.

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    Rakkav  about 11 years ago

    OK, so the thickest fictional book I could think of doesn’t work for Jason. But I did manage to push a few buttons of my own, didn’t I? :))

    I must ask though: since when has Jason being in 5th grade have anything to do with his choice of reading material or the thickness thereof? [double :)) ]

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