JumpStart by Robb Armstrong for June 10, 2023

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    j_m_kuehl  9 months ago

    Two less to fight over the TV Remote

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    Notaspy  9 months ago

    I wonder if the twins are finally starting to grow older. They’ve looked like this for about 15 years now.

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    Enter.Name.Here  9 months ago

    Truth: Parents send kids to camp for the parents’ benefit, not the kids. ;-)

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    crookedwolf Premium Member 9 months ago

    Or in the comic-verse, a “high four”..

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    jagedlo  9 months ago

    Displaying a little happiness there, Joe and Marcy?

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    Ellis97  9 months ago

    Most parents would be devastated when their kids go away for a couple of months.

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    delennwen  9 months ago

    Pretty soon there will be FOUR camp tuitions to pay instead of two.

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    KennethPrice  9 months ago

    Not true. In most comic strips characters don’t age.Arlo and Janis and For Better or For Worse are exceptions, the children grew up.

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    Teto85 Premium Member 9 months ago

    It is formal Japanese meaning “Good bye” and not really the best for this situation. Sayonara (さよなら) is the most famous but least used way to say goodbye in Japanese since it means “Farewell”. Bai bai (バイバイ), Jaa ne (じゃあね), Mata ne (またね), and Mata ashita (また明日) are the phrases most frequently used in casual situations, while after work it is best to say Otsukaresama desu (お疲れ様です). I usually use Jaa ne to other adults and Bai bai to children. But it has been years since I was in Japantown in San Francisco or San Jose, and longer since I was in Japan.

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