Our church takes in used eyeglasses, and I recycle almost anything electronic at our monthly e-waste programs. They also take most things that the curbside recycling does not take, Styrofoam, etc.
Yes, and this is even easier when taking a test online on an LMS (Learning management System) like Blackboard.
Look for Whirlyball in your area. Indoor bumper cars ball game. Never played, but know people who have and they say it’s a blast.
Think he’s talking about the fold-at-the knees trick?
The Keb Mo song “I Liked the old me better” fits rather nicely here.
Dana Carvey. This bit was a favorite of mine too. For years afterwards me and my friend would spout these lines anytime one of his kids or wife complained abut something. And we’d sail into the “well in my day….”
It’s an interesting read https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/why-have-garfield-phones-been-washing-ashore-france-30-years-180971835/
And to round out the trope with more current material, it’s got to be a female teacher in black poor part of town. Maybe have a rap battle or break-dance vs. ballerina style of dance competition thrown in. And perhaps a love affair between the bad boy and the pure with innocent teacher to top things off.
This does not even take into account the thousands of geosynchronous satellites orbiting, to deliver Internet access (provided by Space-X and Amazon’s Project Kuiper)
So, my question is, did you catch the reference to that poem in today’s strip, cause you knew it already, or did you do a search on the phrase, because you suspected it was something artful, and you wanted to know what it was?