That sounds like a physics question, not a math question.
But if that’s the case, how could these kids have been in school and not noticed that suddenly all the teachers left?
There would at least be some security on site. And how did they get to the school? Don’t they all ride buses? The buses wouldn’t be running if the school was closed.
And NONE of the parents of these kids knew about the strike? The school didn’t notify them?
Thanks for the explanation, although it seems that readers will only get that part if they’re familiar with rarely used past gags.
Sorry, this one doesn’t make any sense to me. How did Crunchy grow a full beard in a matter of minutes and what’s that got to do with him being assigned to bicycle patrol?
Trump will never spend a day in prison. Even if he goes on trial and gets convicted, very doubtful since he’ll stall and delay and refuse to cooperate, he’ll just keep appealing and countersuing. If there’s anything he knows how to do, it’s avoid facing any consequences for his actions.
And that’s if he loses in November, which is far from a sure thing no matter what anyone says.
Is it a play or the musical version of The Secret Garden? If it’s the musical I don’t think there’s really any way to cheap it out as that has very elaborate sets.
“Oh, hey, Bernice, since you get up before anybody else, why don’t you give Puddles his morning walk and feed him? Thanks!”
I hope the school has liability insurance.