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trekkie wrote:That is a pretty high price, Thomas, also a bizarre one.
That totally depends on what you get for your pudding. ^^
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Very interested in having Mario explain to me what this new legislation for the bathroom is and what was studied.
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I wonder what kind of insurance keeps you from being turned into a wildcat?
Why do they have to believe in the wire?
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trekkie wrote:I wonder what kind of insurance keeps you from being turned into a wildcat?
The "Stay human or get your money back" insurance ^^
trekkie wrote:Why do they have to believe in the wire?
That's the line to the internet...

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So let me get this straight: his costumes are 1) a ghost-shaped egg, 2) a creepy recruiter, 3) a [REDACTED], and 4) a plastic-wrapped movie security specialist?

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Why are they trick-or-treating at maternity hospitals?

Marvin is apparently leaving Galilee.
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Well don't you know? Women who just have babies just LOVE to give out candy. :D
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Nathan Kerbonaut wrote:4) a plastic-wrapped movie security specialist?
A low security specialist for movies. ^^
trekkie wrote:Marvin is apparently leaving Galilee.
Kinda sad, yeah.....
Amazee Dayzee wrote:Well don't you know? Women who just have babies just LOVE to give out candy. :D
Sure thing, give birth and give candy - kinda similar.

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So now the person needs to choose between getting treated for something or a car. I hope whatever he has isn't serious. If it is, he would be dumb to choose the car. :?
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If Santa is using biometric payments for his gifts, then the spirit of Christmas really is dead after all. :?
Amazee Dayzee wrote:If it is, he would be dumb to choose the car.
That's true, but I'd hate to be scammed into a huge medical bill. In that case, you'd be better off taking the car, selling it, and using the funds for your own treatment.
Yes, this is the current state of American healthcare.

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Unfortunately, I don't think that it will get better anytime soon. :?
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Is Tiger making a movie starting that neighbor lady?
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Wait a second. Is the neighbor actually a female? I thought for sure the neighbor was a male actually. At least the neighbor LOOKED like a male. :?
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Amazee Dayzee wrote:So now the person needs to choose between getting treated for something or a car. I hope whatever he has isn't serious. If it is, he would be dumb to choose the car. :?
But if you just need a plaster or some cough sirup, I'd definitely choose the car. ^^
Nathan Kerbonaut wrote:Yes, this is the current state of American healthcare.
You can't imagine how happy I am to be in Germany because of that.
Amazee Dayzee wrote:Wait a second. Is the neighbor actually a female? I thought for sure the neighbor was a male actually. At least the neighbor LOOKED like a male. :?
Huh? I thought it's a female...

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Uh oh. Poncho's in love with the editor in chief of smart people, and tried to keep it a secret from Marion, but he found out. Turns out Marion likes him too. Gripping drama :o

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I think that what Poncho wants to be Marion is somewhere with Gale who now returns his feelings. :lol:
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Answer the squirrel, Poncho, what do you want to be?

True Lois, people’s eyesight does generally deteriorate, but there’s no need to shout about it.
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It also tends to deteriorate more severely if you have something called macular degeneration (a certain Dr. Raccoon should know all about that.)
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Nathan Kerbonaut wrote:Uh oh. Poncho's in love with the editor in chief of smart people, and tried to keep it a secret from Marion, but he found out. Turns out Marion likes him too. Gripping drama :o
HAHAHAHA! So much drama! Where's the popcorn?
trekkie wrote:Answer the squirrel, Poncho, what do you want to be?
He's giving Marion a link to the answer...

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Aw, Lois says she can live with Marion, theirs is a good relationship.

Why do you think answering the question is unnecessary, Poncho? Or was that the answer to the question?

What’s the island of Lewis, I wonder?

Good to hear you don’t just think around kids, Lois.
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trekkie wrote:Aw, Lois says she can live with Marion, theirs is a good relationship.
Any relationship that survives two transformations must be a good one.
trekkie wrote:What’s the island of Lewis, I wonder?
It's a relatively large island off the west coast of Scotland.

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Of course research will be difficulty obviously. Researching information about any topic that you need to learn about is always difficult.
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Amazee Dayzee wrote:Of course research will be difficulty obviously. Researching information about any topic that you need to learn about is always difficult.
Whatever her research question was, Poncho suggesting it's not necessary really upset her. Honestly, I've wasted time doing the wrong research before so her reaction is understandable.

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I have also done that several times when I was in high school and have kicked myself for it.
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trekkie wrote:Aw, Lois says she can live with Marion, theirs is a good relationship.
Any relationship that survives two transformations must be a good one.
Yep, sure it is!
trekkie wrote:Why do you think answering the question is unnecessary, Poncho? Or was that the answer to the question?
Amazee Dayzee wrote:Of course research will be difficulty obviously. Researching information about any topic that you need to learn about is always difficult.
Maybe answering the question requires "Changes in the present rehabilitation, education, vocational training and retraining, technical and vocational education and training" and maybe it's not worth all that effort and therefor not necessary.

What if Lois was wrong after all?

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So who does Lois know from Los Angeles and why does Poncho want to be Lois when she is talking to them?
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I wonder how you perform a wet test.

“The education of CAFC sheet” sounds like like a very dull book. Naturally my high school English teacher would have assigned it as summer reading.
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trekkie wrote:I wonder how you perform a wet test.
I dunno, but as long as they don't do it with dogs, there's no bad smell.
trekkie wrote:“The education of CAFC sheet” sounds like like a very dull book. Naturally my high school English teacher would have assigned it as summer reading.
Google leads me to "Charlton Athletic Football Club". No idea how you should write a summary about that... ^^

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Now Lana for some reason wants Lois positioned in front of the goods that the Milton's have.
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I'm sure Lana means well, but I wouldn't entrust the Miltons with showing love for my children. In fact, I wouldn't entrust them with a lot of things.

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I wonder why Lois can’t build a park some sort of zoning (not Bino and the other dogs’ kind) ordinance?

I know you’re annoyed with Lana, Lois but you might need her help later.
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Amazee Dayzee wrote:Now Lana for some reason wants Lois positioned in front of the goods that the Milton's have.
It would be really better if she wouldn't know it already. But some people just forget.
Nathan Kerbonaut wrote:I'm sure Lana means well, but I wouldn't entrust the Miltons with showing love for my children. In fact, I wouldn't entrust them with a lot of things.
I totally understand and share you point of view.
trekkie wrote:I know you’re annoyed with Lana, Lois but you might need her help later.
I don't think so. Lois can play online games later.

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I would hope for any computer simply because its actually excruciating and hard to function if your computer breaks.
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Nathan Kerbonaut wrote:Yeah, I've got sass 8-)

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Amazee Dayzee wrote:I would hope for any computer simply because its actually excruciating and hard to function if your computer breaks.
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Dang, I thought Marion was sassy before.

Lois sounds like she’s reading a legal document in panel 3.
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That's why she is saying that if you know what you're reading at it is a legal document, that its easy to get it.
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If friends aren't supposed to have their own cellphone and are supposed to rely 100% on you, then you aren't a good friend. :(
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