FoxTrot Classics by Bill Amend for November 14, 2014


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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  over 6 years ago

    I reckon abbreviations aren’t allowed in Scrabble.

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    skeeterhawk  over 6 years ago

    Nor chemical formulas.

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    nosirrom  over 6 years ago

    I’d take it with a grain of NaCl

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    ShadowBeast  over 6 years ago

    Isn’t that H2O?

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    SR  over 6 years ago

    I’m disappointed in him. Is that really the best he could use two H’s for?

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    Observer fo Irony  over 6 years ago

    He either did not have an ‘e’ or he needed the extra letter for an extra point square.

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    Wren Fahel  over 6 years ago

    I was the only kid in my family who dared to play Scrabble against my mother. I’m actually thankful, because it’s made me a crackerjack speller. I’m now always the one who people ask how to spell words, even if there’s a dictionary in the room.

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    specinss  over 6 years ago

    @ShadowBeast, It is spelled out in the molecular form H-O-H. Jason probably nabbed some outrageous number point in the process.

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    Kim Metzger Premium Member over 6 years ago

    I recently learned this is the Canadian postal code for mail to Santa Claus, no joke:

    H0H 0H0

    In other words, ho, ho, ho.

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    drdougsteward  over 6 years ago

    Actually, although we see H2O, it is actually an H attached to an OH .. so .. H-OH is appropriate … that is, if my deteriorating memory hasn’t forgotten my HS chemistry from (almost) a half century ago.

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    Jogger2  over 6 years ago

    I’ve heard that chemists might write HOH instead of H20 when working with acids and bases.

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    JP Steve Premium Member over 6 years ago

    Of course it’s very difficult to spell H2O in Scrabble — no numbers!

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