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As far as I could see, it was a matter of less than a day between pregnancy confirmation and abortion appointment, with refreshments all around to toast the decision. Keri hasn’t been shown giving it any thought at all. I think Henry is conveying what I read once in the New Yorker — abortion is simply health care, and we need to remove the stigma.
Not a conservative here, but it’s disgusting to see abortion depicted not as a profound moral decision but a chance to snarf down snacks and catch a few z’s. Add me to those done with this strip.
Should be “they is” if he’s talking about one person.
THEIR, not THEY’RE. If you’re going to do this, at least do it right.
Now we know why Kaz was written out of the strip.
You could start by firing Gil and hiring a black coach.
Apparently because February has the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass.
No, but he makes things happen.
He just entered high school and he’s a starter in both football and basketball. He’s athletic enough to have caught his own onside kick and weave his way through the opponents to score the winning touchdown.
And Gil’s response to his wish he had never been born is inappropriate. Shouldn’t he ask Toby why he feels that way?