Frazz by Jef Mallett for July 05, 2015
Caulfield: Did you know: Before the first Independence Day, there were no fireworks? I mean, there were, but they weren't called "fireworks," until 1777, they were called "rockets". Frazz: Well, that's mighty useful. Caulfield: I'm here to help. Frazz: What did they call those people who light them off all night, every night, for half the summer? Caulfield: I bet it would've been "dorks" then, too.