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WuMo by Wulff & Morgenthaler for June 24, 2020

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    allen@home  5 months ago

    If the college lets you in they are going to regret it.

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    mwksix  5 months ago

    “Seemed good enough for your tattoo artist… “

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    Imagine  5 months ago

    If you regret it you can always take some drugs to kill off some more brain cells.

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    cdnalor  5 months ago

    §NO REGERTS§

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    Lennia Machen Premium Member 5 months ago

    Since people now have such a short attention span, 2 years IS a lifetime!

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    PoodleGroomer  5 months ago

    It is going to take longer to get the degree than the tax incentives plant is going to stay in town after the union forms.

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    Plods with ... Premium Member 5 months ago

    NO REGERTS

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    Zebrastripes  5 months ago

    Ha! We could only hope some would get an education….

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    ferddo  5 months ago

    Why do you need college when you can learn everything you need to know from Fox News? /s

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    Impkins & Patsnozzle Premium Member 5 months ago

    That’s the ugliest ink I’ve ever seen on a comic character. UGH! :)

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    6turtle9  5 months ago

    Ignorance is Bliss.

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    944im Premium Member 5 months ago

    what’s the saying ‘you think education is expensive? try ignorance’

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    Chris Sherlock  5 months ago

    The education section of his Facebook profile is going to end up reading, “University of Life, School of Hard Knocks.”

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    Pogone5 Premium Member 5 months ago

    Not sure about the joke. If it’s — here’s a guy who has “permanently” tatted himself (literal permanence) trying to weigh the “permanence” of education (abstract/metaphysical permanence) in terms of regretting the change — it’s not the usual witty/cleverness of WuMo.

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