Friday, September 30, 2022


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If only there had been an obvious solution...

I'm working with a computer class (which I was quite reluctant to take) and we finally obtained a laptop cart for the classroom. The students love the idea of laptops but not so much the idea of taking care of them. I even found one tucked away in the bookcase by a young man who didn't want to walk to the other side of the room (by the window) when he was already sitting two steps from the back door.

Such is life. I give extra warnings on Fridays (and we had a four-day weekend this past week) and there's usually, at least, a 10% failure rate.

There used to be a novelty song that said "Dead Puppies Are No Fun". Ditto for dead laptops.

This comic was originally going to have Ms. Barbara Graham as the math teacher, but I don't get to use the History teacher Mr. Ibsen all that often, and I've used him with Anthony and Hank before.

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