Nancy Classics by Ernie Bushmiller for January 14, 2020


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    allen@home  13 days ago

    Head straight for the tub young lady.

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    Major Matt Mason Premium Member 13 days ago

    Stealth Nancy.

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    dercoggins Premium Member 13 days ago

    Blackboards ?? Dusters ?? Such pre-history.

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    SHIVA  13 days ago

    My daughter was blackboard monitor in grammar school.

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    WLG12037 Premium Member 13 days ago

    Back in the early 1970s, there was a Junior High math teacher who used to throw erasers at students who either got rowdy, or fell asleep. (Expecting us to stay awake in Math Class was like asking for a miracle).

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    Auntie Clockwise  13 days ago

    Panel number three exhibits an exquisite Bushmiller minimalism of a chalky Nancy.

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    jagedlo  13 days ago

    hopefully, she didn’t inhale any of that chalk dust!

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    Calvinist1966  13 days ago

    The last panel with it’s ghost-like Nancy reminded me of the first panel from one of last year’s reprints. It showed Nancy walking on a cloud but telling us not to worry. It turned out that all the children were walking on clouds as school had just broken up. Both strips showed versions of Nancy who (wrongly) appeared to have entered the Afterlife and both times the natural explanation was school-related.

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    Zebrastripes  13 days ago

    Today, teachers can’t even touch a student let alone throw erasers at them. I remember washing blackboards and smacking erasers…..cough cough

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    khmo  13 days ago

    Doing the erasers were a favorite chore although sometimes the nuns got a bit irritated when we used the outside school re bricks to tap the erasers.

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    WCraft Premium Member 12 days ago

    You know, I have to hand it to Bushmiller – a totally different type of humor in that time period – but very creative!

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    billyk75  12 days ago

    A classic example of white out.

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    MaryParr  12 days ago

    Nancy No-See.

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    brklnbern  12 days ago

    Casper the friendly Nancy.

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