If scary movies can give children nightmares, then surely difficult video games must be similar, right? Zelda and Mario never gave me nightmares, but I do remember a few dreams populated by Tetris pieces. Those were rough years, 24-27.
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Victoria has been a favorite character of ours for a while. Straight-laced, British, and above general silliness, she works as an excellent foil to almost any other character. That’s probably why she pops up often to roll her eyes for the audience. ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
There’s an episode of Seinfeld where Jerry and George discuss whether Superman also has super humor abilities. George notes that if he did, wouldn’t they have mentioned it at some point? I wonder the same thing about Jesus.
This is my general interpretation of a good 90% of meetings. Sure, there are useful meetings, but they’re mostly about how to avoid the other 90%.
My cat does this all the time. Not call me. If it did that it would be a magic cat. If it were magic I wouldn’t tell you about it. So, really, I could have a magic cat. Let’s just assume I do, but you don’t have proof.
I’m always amused when I ask a class for an example of a movie or TV show they watch and they can’t name a single one. I would be happy if I thought this extra time translated into more reading or studying, but alas, I’m fairly confident it does not.
Some movies are just stupid fun. Turn off your brain and don’t think too much about them. Don’t be “that guy”.
This strip stems from visiting the campus library and noticing almost no students are ever looking at books. The ones who are seem to be eying them suspiciously. Perhaps they’re contemplating uses other than reading?
I suppose math is to blame for teaching kids bigger numbers are greater than smaller ones. Stupid math, always teaching logical analysis of situations. We should just ban it from the schools. And don’t think I’ve forgot about you science. When was the last time anyone need to light a Bunsen burner in their daily life? I mean, other than meth addicts?
I suppose they are both good for teaching logical reasoning, but I fail to see the value in that.
Remember kids, it’s okay if you commit senseless violence–as long as you learned something. There should be more after school specials with such messages.