When it comes to things like phishing scams, they unfortunately only need you to fall for one link before putting you at risk, so those ones tend to go for authenticity.
In the field of 419 scamming (such as the “Nigerian prince” scam), there’s a practice to deliberately filter for the most gullible people to avoid wasting time. If you’ve ever gotten a scam email full of blatant typos and grammatical errors and thought “who would ever fall for this”, the answer is: people who won’t get wise and back out after the fourth email exchange.
If Charlie Brown can remember this, it’ll probably help him a lot in the future. Everyone would benefit from remembering that that’s a pretty flimsy reason.
Sluggo Is Lit
Didn’t Satchel just say he wanted a hug?
Woah, new icon?
9 + 10 = 21
I’d say this strip includes nearly the whole "cat"egory
“Hold on, this is my bookmark for magazines.”
Rectangular prism (or “right rectangular prism”) is still another accurate description of the shape, as is a cuboid. There’s nothing in the definition of a prism that says they can’t have all 90 degree angles or parallel sides. I just picked the term I thought people would be most familiar with.