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  1. 7 months ago on Frazz

    Personally, I consider i to be a dirty number. I know that it serves a purpose and can be useful in some circumstances (such as AC circuits) but it’s just so blegh.

  2. 8 months ago on Pearls Before Swine

    There are two parts to this, sometimes the ads are targeted to you and are directly related to things you have done online. Other times, the ads aren’t targeted and you are noticing them more as a result of what is occurring in your life. I saw an ad for a particular brand of wine the same day I did a taste test of that wine at the store. That could have been some ultra surveillance that cross referenced which store I was at and what wine samples they had that day, or it could have been a random ad that I wouldn’t have noticed if I hadn’t tried that wine that same day.

    Sort of like after you buy a new car, you start to see that car everywhere around town.

  3. 8 months ago on Buni

    Paper money!?! Those monsters.

  4. 8 months ago on Dog Eat Doug

    This strip was originally published 10/31/2016 which was a Monday, but they can’t run a weekday strip on a Sunday due to the difference in format, so the strips for 10/31 and 10/30 were swapped.

  5. 8 months ago on Frazz

    It’s the same way with most things that scare people (shootings, kidnappings, etc.) The news reports it because it is uncommon (and gets ratings), yet because people see it in the news everyday, they think it is far more common than it really is. Violent crime has declined significantly over the last 30 years in the U.S. (there were a couple increases in the last 6 years, but it is still less than it was 10 years ago), but if you watch the news, you’d think we were at an all time high.

  6. 9 months ago on Frazz

    A student should be able to use a calculator in class to solve problems the class isn’t teaching. For example, if you are taking an algebra class then you should be able to use a calculator for arithmetic as that is not the subject of the class.

    When a kid is in 2nd or 3rd grade, they are learning arithmetic (Subtraction, multiplication, division with some light algebra from what I recall), so using a calculator defeats the purpose of the class and would likely result in the student not learning what they need in math classes in the future.

  7. about 1 year ago on Frazz

    And who’s to say whether a girl scout cookie binge is a good or bad journey. Also everyone knows that a true cookie binge begins with a thin mint.

  8. about 1 year ago on Frazz

    At first I thought Frazz was asking why he would remove the snow brush so early. Her response makes me think it was supposed to be why would he remove it so late. The very region specific humor in this comic can make it hard to understand sometimes.

  9. over 1 year ago on Dog Eat Doug

    I have a miniature dachshund who loves being under the covers. If I’m laying in bed, she will paw at my arm until I lift the covers so she can climb under. If no-one’s in bed, she’ll crawl under any folds in the covers she can find. When in her own bed, she immediately makes a small cave in her blanket to crawl into.

  10. over 1 year ago on Frazz

    The reason I love math, is you can almost always figure out the answer while in a test based on memorization you either know the answer or you don’t. Math tests were about learning a skill while a lot of other tests are about memorizing facts.