“more people voted AGAINST her than FOR her.” That’s impossible, given that more people voted for her than against her (that is, she won the popular vote, as we all know). You might make the argument that more people voted against her opponent than for her. But… that’s not what you said.
Point of order: “when everyone voted against Hillary.” Actually, more people voted for her than her opponent.
Scientific theories are only useful insofar as they have predictive power. The theory of the Big Bang explains what we see and makes predictions about what we should expect to find at microlevels and in the universe as we explore it. So far, it’s been pretty good at predicting! This is the difference between genuine scientific theories and theologies like Intelligent Design. ID doesn’t make predictions about what we’ll find, much less accurate predictions. Evolution, on the other hand, does!
It’s at an end, yes. Look for him on Hulu. :) https://www.dailycartoonist.com/index.php/2019/09/15/chivalry-aint-dead-but-the-knight-life-is/
https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/woke-comedy-cartoonist-keith-knight-nabs-hulu-series-order-1234256 So good luck to him on Hulu!!
Knight is moving on to TV, so that’s awesome for him, and Nancy these days is subtly hilarious to me. Used to roll my eyes at it, now I actually laugh.
I teach speech and media studies at a state university.
1) Luann isn’t taking art class this semester. She’s TAing it, which means she’s getting paid for it (or getting her tuition comped). Good for her. Being an undergrad TA looks great on one’s resume.
2) As several people have said, there’s a core curriculum that sets the pace for most majors in their first two years. English comp and English lit are required for any major, period.
3) If you think the purpose of college is to get a high-paying job, go to trade school. It’s not. It’s to become a better, more well-rounded citizen. To become educated, if you will—not to become a better cog in someone else’s industrial machine, but someone who questions the machine.
4) There is, however, something I find unrealistic in her course schedule. Luann has seemed to have a bend toward elementary education, and I assumed that would be her college major… but that major actually is different from the others. Most elementary ed programs, at least in my state, are kind of their own thing with different core curriculum and different pacing, even starting in the first semester.
It involved an X-Box.
Some people are just going to be mad, but I’m always grateful for the communication so I can make an informed decision.
I think Jennifer Babcock learned to draw bees and decided to fit them in.