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Frazz by Jef Mallett for October 06, 2019

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    whahoppened  about 2 years ago

    Caulfield. you’re guessing.

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    Bilan  about 2 years ago

    In real life, not too many principals would be asking a first grader about where the janitor is.

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    sandpiper  about 2 years ago

    And the point??

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    sandramackin  about 2 years ago

    Song?

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    scherzo  about 2 years ago

    So our hero is really just a suggestible nincompoop, easily manipulated into doing something stupid?

    This may be the best “Frazz” ever.

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    angryparsnip Premium Member about 2 years ago

    So tired of that kid

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    tsk5565  about 2 years ago

    Interesting 3-D drawing technique.

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    Cozmik Cowboy  about 2 years ago

    Ah yes: Definition of “American” – someone who will drive around the parking lot for 20 minutes to get the space closest to the gym; same “reasoning” on Frazz’s part.

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    Jethro Flatline Premium Member about 2 years ago

    This almost felt like a Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal comic.

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    Night-Gaunt49  about 2 years ago

    Blog PostsFrazz19 hrs ·

    I like where I live very much, but sometimes I miss where I lived before. That’s probably a good thing.

    Where I lived before wasn’t what you’d call a touristy area, but it did have its seasonal aspects. I lived in Lansing, Michigan, which is in the same metropolitan area as East Lansing, home of Michigan State University. I liked bicycling around there. There were a lot of rural roads with light traffic, and even the more heavily traveled main roads were better than the medium-to-light roads around metro Detroit.

    But if you really wanted the roads to yourself, you rode on a football Saturday when State was playing at home. Not in the morning, when people were headed to the game, and certainly not after the game was over, but during the game. And if you REALLY wanted empty roads, like, creepy post-apocalyptic ghostly empty, you would choose a season when the Spartans were on their game and State was hosting the University of Michigan. And you didn’t even have to drive anywhere to take advantage of nobody else driving. Irony-free

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