Hmm, that math book author seems rather fixated…
“Archaeologist Jones”? Is his nickname “Indiana” by any chance?
29.5 October 31 and 420.
If old Joe (who moves kinda slow) is working the semaphore that day the answer is easy…
Homework on the weekend? Looks like her teacher’s a sadist too!
Speaking of dates…
I like to believe that I have a very good grasp of the English language. I read quickly with very good comprehension of the subject, and can write clearly and lucidly. But for some reason, word problems in math bothered the heck out of me. Give me formulas to work out, no problem. But “If a train leaves a station at 4:00 at 25 mph” was the start of a math test, I was doomed.
College Math major here. Jason is my favorite character. :)
A train leaves Pennsylvania Station at 3:45 headed for Baltimore …
That brings up memories of high school math classes and Glenn Miller.
A dater who dated some dates …
These types of problems really made my Dyscalculia kick in.
Does this archaeologist Jones come from Indiana?
That is when homework load happens, weekends.
Is this a play on the word “date” and the fact that Paige doesn’t have one on a Saturday night?
I am your father’s brother’s nephew’s cousin’s former roommate.
So, what does that make us?
Absolutely nothing, which I am about to make you be!
My best friend, "Can I copy your homework? Me, “Uh, we had homework?”
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