Speed Bump by Dave Coverly for April 27, 2020

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    ƹʅɗʘ [   ʰᵗᵗᵖˢ://ᵉˡᵈᵒˢᵃʸˢ.ᵇˡᵒᵍˢᵖᵒᵗ.ᶜᵒᵐ   ] ɗ'ʘraɗʘ  almost 3 years ago

    ! At least He won’t be driving for another dozen years.

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    finkd  almost 3 years ago

    You should have confiscated the phones before you began the lesson.

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    mddshubby2005  almost 3 years ago

    “Why’d you print the assignment on paper, Mom? That is so Gen X.”

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    cdward  almost 3 years ago

    It really is easy to take the phones. And even if you’re late to the game, you can still do it. If they scream, well let it be music to your ears. Then kick them outside till they can be quiet.

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    jpayne4040  almost 3 years ago

    Sure. Good luck with that! Hope it works out for you!

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    losflemings  almost 3 years ago

    That’s a good one

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    Zebrastripes  almost 3 years ago

    If parents would take the lead….

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    Jeffin Premium Member almost 3 years ago

    Home home and deranged.

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    kmeaton  almost 3 years ago

    Dave Coverly is simply brilliant, day in and day out…

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    myrendal  almost 3 years ago

    My kids weren’t allowed to have phones until they could pay for them themselves. unfortunately, that lesson didn’t extend into their parenthood. My oldest two both purchased their pre-teens phones. My youngest has kids under 4, so we’ll see but I don’t have high hopes.

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    yvettekt Premium Member almost 3 years ago

    this is what the kids do in class. Make sure when they go back to school, they are told to stay off of their phones.

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    guyjen2004 Premium Member almost 3 years ago

    My daughter went to a private high school where you had to drop your phone in to a box or basket or whatever the teacher provided when you walked in to class. Pick it up on your way out. You were free to use it at all other times during the day. Seemed fair enough.

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    wknehans  almost 3 years ago

    One of the interesting things I’ve noticed about this current situation is that, with no one driving to work, or running errands, or taking the kids to school, or going on trips, the price of gas has gone waaaay down. And with the kids at home being homeschooled, the price of booze has skyrocketed.

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