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Nancy by Olivia Jaimes for June 12, 2018

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    Vilyehm  almost 3 years ago

    13 minutes…..

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    some idiot from R'lyeh Premium Member almost 3 years ago

    Yeah, that’s a little challenging for an eight year old. Nancy has the right approach.

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    danketaz Premium Member almost 3 years ago

    x=the square root of 3/5, y is twice the square root of 3/5.

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    Argythree  almost 3 years ago

    I was never any good at solving for two unknowns, but we didn’t get those math problems till high school…

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    Vilyehm  almost 3 years ago

    1. Art

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    This is always a strip with two unknowns.

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    31768  almost 3 years ago

    Nancy “sucks at sucking.”

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    gutbloom Premium Member almost 3 years ago

    Jaimes over Bushmiller again today. For the record, I’m not saying the OJ is fit to hold Ernie Bushmiller’s ink pen, but we tend to lionize the past. There were, for example, hundreds of meh Tonight Show episodes with Johnny Carson as host. Someone puts together a “best of” special and it becomes easy forget how hard it is to bring the funny every day.

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    mdherring65  almost 3 years ago

    Nancy is a bit young to be expected to solve those equations.

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    jimmythewoodworker  almost 3 years ago

    I personally do not enjoy the “new Nancy” comic strip. Ernie’s depiction was exponentially more enjoyable. Sorry it is no longer on my “must read” list.

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    Sportymonk  almost 3 years ago

    x= the Square root of 3/5 = .77459You can solve for y.

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    Don Bagert  almost 3 years ago

    ooo…Notice how OJ snuck both 3 and 16-4 (usually seen on the whiteboard) onto the problem statement!

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    Vilyehm  almost 3 years ago

    Are we going to start seeing 3/5 of a rock?

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    nggt413  almost 3 years ago

    I am a Guy fan and am not fond of OJ’s humor, or lack thereof. (Why do I torture myself like this?) But I am mature enough to admit that this was really funny. (Maybe that’s why. One never knows)

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    Bafflegabs!  almost 3 years ago

    “Neither of us could find a partner” is a great punchline.

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    Durak Premium Member almost 3 years ago

    Today’s comic is just Olivia’s way of getting you math nerds to do her kid’s homework ;)

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    Max Starman Jones  almost 3 years ago

    Nancy, and Sluggo’s long-lost sister.

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    halvincobbes Premium Member almost 3 years ago

    I never thought the old “Nancy” was funny. Even in the 1960s it seemed tired. I love the updated strip.

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    hablano  almost 3 years ago

    Seems a bit circular.

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    tuslog1964  almost 3 years ago

    E = M C sqd E= I R but, I R does not = M C sqd

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    Alan_A  almost 3 years ago

    OK, conspiracy theory fodder: Olivia Walch has a Ph.D. in applied mathematics (background at oliviawalch.com). Another shred of evidence that Olivia Jaimes = Olivia Walch? Count me in!

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    WCraft Premium Member almost 3 years ago

    Wow – you guys all take this strip so seriously!

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    Argy.Bargy2  almost 3 years ago

    @WMCRAFT: If you think the posters here take the ‘toon seriously, check in at ’Luann’. I think they’re up to 222 comments today…

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    1004mike  almost 3 years ago

    So for drawing adults we’ve gone from “hot” Fritzi to the wicked witch of the west teaching kids.

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