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  1. 5 days ago on Heart of the City

    That… was the weakest comeback line I’ve ever heard. I would’ve expected something better from someone with straight A’s. But special classes don’t count, I suppose lol

    Wanna keep going? Too bad, I got things to do. But you can go back to your food fight over on the Big Nate board and tell all your special friends how bad you trounced me, OK? Anything to help your self-esteem lol

  2. 5 days ago on Heart of the City

    Ho ho ho good one, good one. Ever hear of summer school? It’s for those special kids who need a little extra help. You should look into it.

  3. 5 days ago on Heart of the City

    Quincy wrote a comment. Thanks, Quincy.

    It’s so adorable when children try to talk like grown-ups. But really, recess is over and you should probably go back to your classroom now.

  4. 5 days ago on Betty

    Supply and demand. Hoarders and scalpers bought up the supply a little over a year ago, driving up demand. Store chains and manufacturers responded by fixing supply chain issues. Now you have an oversupply situation where hoarders have yet to use up their stashes and scalpers are unloading whatever they have left at rock-bottom prices, all while factories are cranking out product.

    You should be happy at your good fortune, not looking for conspiracies where there are none.

  5. 5 days ago on Betty

    Wow, there are more fundies here than I would have thought. Would you have laughed if he had said “Koran” instead?

  6. 5 days ago on The Buckets

    No bite!

  7. 5 days ago on Nancy

    Sometimes it seems that way.

  8. 5 days ago on Nancy

    Didn’t you know? His nickname is Lorry. Just don’t ask him for a “lift”, he can tell you stories (multi-stories).

  9. 5 days ago on Shirley and Son Classics

    It’s a very tight rotation. Kind of like my local top 40 radio station. If you missed your song, don’t worry: it’ll be on again in an hour or so.

  10. 5 days ago on Red and Rover

    I did that with the first rocket I ever owned, a Vampire. It was prebuilt, all plastic, came in a kit complete with launcher and A engines (which is what it was built for). I had a lot of fun launching that thing and recovering it at a nearby football field when I was still in elementary school.


    A few years later, when I was in my blow-up-my-GIJoes-with-fireworks stage, I decided it would be fun to modify it slightly to take a D engine. Yes, a D engine in a model designed for A. I launched it and never saw it again — I don’t think I ever had a model rocket move that fast before or since. Now I kind of regret it — I imagine the complete kit might be worth something at this point (same feeling I get when I think about all the GIJoes I destroyed).