Diabolically evil IT professional. I make users RTFM! Mu! Hu! Ha! HA! HA! HA! HAA!
She doesn’t want Lemont because Lemont has a child.
I’m having a problem with the characters not knowing what Kenny’s “um” is about.
I have a few questions.
What happened immediately after the Cobbs bought Kenny a meal and school supplies? With Joe being a police officer and Marcy being a nurse, I’m having a problem believing they didn’t see to it that Kenny got “home” safely from the mall. Wouldn’t that lead to the discovery that he’s homeless or that his father looked “shady”.
How did Kenny get enrolled in a new school? Did Sharcane enroll him? Or did a state agency or foster home enroll him? Either way, people, and kids, like to gossip.
How did the invite to Thanksgiving at the Cobbs work? What adult was asked for permission? Since Sharcane was arrested before Thanksgiving, we can ASS-U-ME it wasn’t him. Plus, I think Joe, a police officer, would recognize a county (jail) number.
Never mind… Cartoon physics.
“On March 30, 1791, the French Academy of Sciences defined the length of a meter. Before this date, there were two definitions to a meter: one based on the length of a pendulum and the other based on a fraction of the length of a half-meridian, or line of longitude. The Academy chose the meridian definition. This defined one meter as one ten-millionth of the distance from the Equator to the North Pole.
The meter is the basic unit of distance in the International System of Units (SI), the world’s standardized system of measurement. Since the 1960s, most countries have adopted the SI. This has helped ease the exchange of commerce and scientific data.
The definition of a meter has changed since 1791. Today, a meter is “the length of the path traveled by light in vacuum during a time interval of 1/299,792,458 of a second.”
So… Instead of using a measurement system that people can relate to… Three feet (like that thing at the end of your leg) equaling a yard, or the length of the tip of your finger being an inch…let’s have a measurement system where you have to be an astro-nomer.
Must’ve been southern California.
From Clyde… $2.00.
So there’s no way for you to copy your GoComics comment and then paste it into a review of the customer’s review?
IT EATS OTHER TREES?!?! ☺
NFL referees have real jobs. A game or two without pay would let them go back to their law practice or business administrating.