Agreed. Sadly, I know several fairly intelligent people who voted for Trump and believe in some of the conspiracy theories.
I’ve seen a number of big universities with apps where you just pay on the pay for your number parking spot. No running back when you need to add another quarter or whatever when staying later than you originally thought.
Oh, one of mine too, and the message was good too.
You could leave the patient out and it’d still be funny. But knowing a few folks with bipolar, it smacks of something wacky they’d do during a manic phase. It’s laughing with them, not at them.
Katzenjammer Kids has an interesting back story. Turns out the original cartoonist split from W.R. Hearst and drew a competing strip for decades with the other one being called “The Captain and the Kids”. That one ended in 1979, with the Katzenjammer Kids ending n 2006. It was the first to use thought balloons. Due to its 6 decade long run, it is the oldest strip still in syndication at King Features Syndicate.
This seems to be one of things that you either love or hate, no middle ground. I like them. There is even a variety of flavors and colors, but the orange/banana is the most popular.
I’m with you ShadStar. I wonder if it’s because as a young chilled, we had a nice basement, and we’d go down there and ride our bikes around, roller skate, and later play Ping Pong when we got a table. As an adult, it means I can get stuff done indoors, snow or rain. I too love that safe feeling of spending the day indoors. Listen to an album “Jazz for a Rainy afternoon”
I like the realism here. Both in depicting whales having to surface to breath, as they are mammals, like us, and in showing the weird things that attach to their bodies over time such as barnacles. “A single humpback whale may carry up to 450 kg (990 lb) of barnacles.” – Wikipedia.
I was thinking the same exact thing.
You can also just use Zoom or most, if not all other Video Conference tools through your web browser.