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That applies to every president since the first televised presidential debate in 1960.
In this case, he definitely knows the answer is “no, they didn’t have color film back then.” He is just having some fun making up something ridiculous to mess with Calvin.
Drastically? Since Garfield.com doesn’t exist anymore, I’m wondering what coloring was used. I found a version where the top left monster is brown with a red tongue, but the other three are still green (which doesn’t seem “drastic” to me).
I mean, foot sweat and dog breath sounds like coffee to me.
Sunrises and sunsets are both discolored due to the angle at which the viewer is seeing them through the atmosphere. They can be indiscernible from each other. This could just as easily be sunset as sunrise, except that Jon would know which way his window faces, so only one could possibly be shining in.
The difference between one who deals in frivolous philosophy and one who deals in straight facts/statistics.
Everyone else is worried about the grease, I’m just trying to figure out what this “staff of life” saying is.
Apparently, the saying comes from an awkward rewording of part of a Bible verse and refers to a necessary food, typically bread, being the supporter of life.
The hardest known materials:
2. Carbon Nanotubes
3. Palladium Microalloy Glass
6. Wurtzite Boron Nitride
7. Jon’s Leftover Pizza
9. Silicon Carbide
He is a Peanuts character famous for holding his blanket/sucking his thumb the exact way Garfield is doing here.
Here is an example → https://www.gocomics.com/peanuts/1960/06/13
It’s a freelancing conscience. It can communicate with anyone.