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Frazz by Jef Mallett for June 11, 2011
Girl: Woo-hoo! Ten MPH from 30 degrees! Gourmet picnic in spindler park! Miss Plainwell: Gourmet? Frazz: It's all about wind direction. Miss Plainwell: Wind makes bologna on white bread gourmet? Frazz: Spindler is directly ssw of Barringer brothers bar-b-q pit.
WelshRat Premium Member almost 12 years ago
That’s a very strange looking dog.
trspence almost 12 years ago
10 MPH and 30 Degrees? Considering the clothes, I am guessing the 30 deg is Celsius, but where in the US do they use Celsius? Not that I consider it a bad thing, mind.
bagbalm almost 12 years ago
Gotta be a rescue Greyhound.
DCWriter71 almost 12 years ago
Just as an aside, do any of the kids in this strip have names other than Caulfield? I can never tell any of the others apart.
androgenoide almost 12 years ago
Curious… it wasn’t until I read that post that it occurred to me that the 30 degrees might refer to temperature… 10mph FROM 30 degrees kinda suggested a direction.
Allison Nunn Premium Member almost 12 years ago
I believe it is directional, hence the comment from Frazz… Bologna is something many children enjoy (they have more sensitive taste buds) Personally I can’t stand it, but in some parts it is “gourmet”; and especially when they fry it (ick to me!)
McGehee almost 12 years ago
I was tired of bologna by third grade.
philip almost 12 years ago
Directions on a compass are marked out in degrees. 30 degrees would be just north of North North East (NNE). Frazz says that the park is South South West (SSW) of the BBQ, therefore the BBQ is North Northeast (NNE) of the park.
fritzoid Premium Member almost 12 years ago
Yes, bigpuma, that is the idea.
lewisbower almost 12 years ago
Love of my life asked me to make dinner. I replied, “Sure, I’ll make soup. Where’s the bologna?” Haven’t been in the kitchen for years.Department of Corrections believe bologna on white (no condiments) is the staff of life. Why do people return?
mbzylnf2 almost 12 years ago
@DCWriter71, lots of them are addressed by name, but I’m not convinced any names come up more than once…
James Lindley Premium Member almost 12 years ago
See, they told you there would be a use for trigonometry.