Kudos for drawing the wheels freehand. Oh! now I’m liking the transparent water bottle too. .. and the lamp.
Wow, that was funny; I was completely surprised even though I remember reading it on the Invisible Bread site years ago. I just love Justin’s timing.
This was very disappointing, in the not-credible, even for humor, way. The worst part was “I was so worried about finishing fast…”. It doesn’t seem to match her 30 seconds comment. Maybe I’ll warm up to it if I ever feel that a child can be that out of touch. Maybe she didn’t know a “quiz” was a test? Maybe it was her first test in school?
Bully for her school if A, they still have dial clocks, and B, the clocks have second hands, in the classroom. My high school in New York state, Monroe-Woodbury, in the 1970s, had them. (they were all synchronized to the main office so it was very cool to watch the clocks do a smooth fast-forward if they had been become incorrect for any reason.) I recently visited the new gigantic replacement high school building and all the clocks were digital, and were not black on white.
I felt the first “Survivor” season was worthy of winning one of the great(est) prizes of art and sociology. How do you survive in a game where everyone votes to expel someone who is not them every week? This is silly, I thought, and yet the strategies were brilliant and effective.
I was horrified, crestfallen, and upset when they announced a 2nd season; how can this work after everyone has seen the original arc? It was just random from then on; my only interest in watching subsequent seasons was for the challenges, which I did love.
It was the last day of the 1st season and I was at a camp in Maine (where we learned contact improvisation and African dance). Dance camp was held in late August because it was a kids camp all summer. I was going to drive from Maine to Massachusetts (or maybe check into a motel room, it was a long time ago) but I found a like-minded woman who had brought a portable TV with her and we watched it outside by a hedge (in the darkness).
Thanks Ricky Bennet; while reading replies to your comment, I suddenly got today’s panel.
The Monkees – For Pete’s Sake (Love is Understanding) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Ae_ujlfmkA
What’s in his left hand? nibbler? pliers? flashlight? bird? …