Baby Blues by Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott for January 26, 2023

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    allen@home  4 months ago

    Living in North Texas (in the DFW area) snow was rare. Even rarer was enough snow to close schools. Was more likely to be ice. Didn’t want to go outside in that.

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    Cornelius Noodleman  4 months ago

    You want me to play in the snow wearing a coat and hat?!!@

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    hariseldon59  4 months ago

    Sorry kids it can’t get colder than ‘absolute zero’ (-273.15°C or –459.67°F).

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    mourdac Premium Member 4 months ago

    Got maybe 1 to 2 inches yesterday. Grandkids were so disappointed there wasn’t enough to go sledding.

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    iggyman  4 months ago

    We are having a snow drought this year, had an inch or two then it turned to rain, weird winter!

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    figuratively speaking  4 months ago

    We’d stay outside until our gloves were wet, building snowmen, forts, and stockpiling snowballs. Then, we’d run inside for a dry pair of gloves and keep going till mom forced us indoors. Wonderland!

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    Huckleberry Hiroshima  4 months ago

    The sleds beckon.

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    Jaques Sheet  4 months ago

    time for Hammie to practice his cursive

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    Ignatz Premium Member 4 months ago

    I’m with the kids. This makes perfect sense to me.

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    goboboyd  4 months ago

    Zoom around the block a couple of times and the Zoom your classes at the kitchen table. And remember, picking your nose while the camera is on is impolite. “Were you born in the Twentieth Century?”

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    Judy Hendrickson [Unnamed Reader - 852856]  4 months ago

    Wick Wanda get a net!!!

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    Judy Hendrickson [Unnamed Reader - 852856]  4 months ago

    Quick Wanda get a net throw over them!!!!

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    cubswin2016  4 months ago

    Oh, now they want to go outside?

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    ladykat  4 months ago

    We rarely had snow days. We were expected to make our way to school even if the weather cancelled the buses. Actually, the buses ran anyway. They might have been an hour late, but they got us there. And then we got detention for being late. Those nuns were murder sometimes.

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    Frank Burns Eats Worms  4 months ago

    Nothing brings joy and laughter like frozen boogers and frostbite.

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    Camiyami  4 months ago

    Hmmmm curious. From what I’ve gathered, they live in a house with a tiled roof. That screams Arizona or California or something. Unlikely they would have this type of storm. Hmm Do we actually know where they live??? In all of my reading I don’t think that’s ever been revealed. hmm

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    Shuffle off to Buffalo.If you can find it under all the…well,you know

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    jrankin1959  4 months ago

    Now, for the bad news; you still are taking classes online – get your chromebooks…

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    Jerry in Chelsea  4 months ago

    I can recognize this one as a rerun. I think some weeks they do all reruns.

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    Bill The Nuke  4 months ago

    I remember listening to the radio for school closures. Especially the day my school wasn’t mentioned and only after I walked the mile in the storm did I find that it was closed. Oh wait! Did I say mile? I meant 2 miles, uphill both ways!

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    cwillis  4 months ago

    I love it when it snows! Still a kid at heart. ☃️

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    freewaydog  4 months ago

    You can’t have snowdays these days, they make you go to class virtually now!

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    Moon57Shine  4 months ago

    Ah, the good old days when we didn’t feel the cold, especially when school was called off because of snow…

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    kathleenhicks62  4 months ago

    Yippee! Stay in doors all day and read!

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    David Huie Green LosersBlameOthers&It'sYOURfault  4 months ago

    Toughness depends on whether or not the ordeal is actually desired.

    Someone called dispatch to ask if school would be closed because of the rain. “No. We have school even when it rains.” Poor fella.

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    Norris66  4 months ago

    Of course there was grabbing large cardboard and sliding at recess. Then sitting in class with your pants drying on the radiator.

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    vacman  4 months ago

    As a child we walked to school in knee-deep snow (yes I know that is relative to a 1st grader). We moved to South Carolina and it snowed 1/2 inch and they closed school. We could not make a snowball out if the entire front yard of snow but the schools were closed.

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    ElJorro  4 months ago

    As a matter a fact, those who live in Nordic countries where it’s subzero for months on end, insist on going outside. It is critical for avoiding cabin fever.

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    ToneeRhianRose  4 months ago

    Haha! XD Thought they didn’t have “Snow Days” where they have online learning now.

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