I am not real.
Um, yes. That is why I said Tim Wakefield and not some other knuckleballer. I would think most readers of this strip are aware it takes place in New England.
So glad my household doesn’t have to deal with that….
I have a mood flip chart, if that helps:https://www.amazon.com/Fred-DAILY-MOOD-Desk-Flipchart/dp/B0099QYMT6?SubscriptionId=AKIAILSHYYTFIVPWUY6Q&tag=duckduckgo-d-20&linkCode=xm2&camp=2025&creative=165953&creativeASIN=B0099QYMT6
Casu marzu is the #1 food I will not eat no matter what.
Remember? They are back. You can get mood jewelry in many hippie-dippie crystal stores and other stores of that type. Wish I’d saved mine from 197[CENSORED].
Sorry, I think I put the reply in the wrong place.
Иди на черть….
Check Luann. They wear different clothes, shoes, and jewelry like normal people. In fact, I think Greg uses a program (CorelDRAW, possibly) to apply geometrically even patterns.
Peter will be the person at Elias telling us the truly meaningless statistics: “Folks, that’s the first time in history a left-footed punter from the Big Ten conference has landed three punts or more in the red zone on Monday Night Football interconference matchups in a domed stadium….”
Obviously, a punt can’t be longer than 100 yards in American football, but length + accuracy = a true asset. A punter who can land it in the red zone from any distance would be a sought-after commodity.