I’m very sorry you never had a good teacher. They change lives.
These comments make me weep for humanity. So basically you’re all saying “I don’t want things to improve” and “I refuse to learn new things because that’s hard”. Kinda painting a bleak future there, chaps :)
Well, MUTE is hard to fit on a button, and means you have to redesign that button for every country where you sell it. Pictures are universal, except for cranky people like you and Frank, apparently :)
What’s the point of eating food like eggs if you don’t put hot sauce on them?
1041? You were born almost a thousand years ago???
I don’t get what’s different about this speech? Seems very much like the ones I heard 20 years ago.
Not necessarily. If you go in with an inflamed appendix, or gallstones, or a tumor, you don’t want to come home with those!
I love FoxTrot (own every book), but calling it 30 years seems like a bit of a cheat, since it’s been weekly (or less) for 12 of those years.
If he is, I suddenly love this strip even more
True, but I can tell you from experience that they often are battery powered, and thus have a finite number of uses before they die and require intervention for someone to change the batteries. So every person who uses it when they don’t need to, it increases the chances that when someone really needs it, it won’t work. Not saying you’re a bad person if you do what Norm does, but it’s something worth keeping in mind.