vocab strangeness. Lets see, so far I've covered history, foreign language, and now english. What a well rounded comic. Now if only I could fit math somehow...I did not invent the word Solifidian, its archaic english. Lots of text in the last pannel. I wanted to include this conversation, but it wasn't important enough to devote more than one page to, so I had to cram in a little more than I normaly would. further explanations on the next page, this time without slacker pannels. I'm experimenting with slang again. I'm not sure if "slag" is a real word or if I just made it up. When I think of it I think of melted metal or something. so prety much slag=useless stuff. I'll try to get it up tomorrow since its a weekend, but I can't promise anything. Sunday at the latest.
Quote of the Day:
For every person who wants to teach there are approximately thirty people who don't want to learn--much.
W. C. Sellar and R. J. Yeatman, And Now All This (1932) introduction