FoxTrot Classics by Bill Amend for November 26, 2010

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    kittenpah  almost 13 years ago

    Shoulda waited to have kids ‘til you got the “perfect” part down.

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    ses1066  almost 13 years ago

    I understand that they are still serving at the “Waffle House” (TM) and you don’t even need a reservation!

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    kab2rb  almost 13 years ago

    I never had to worry about impressing my own mom. My husband mother never mind on her part though shes been gone a long time.

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    ponytail56  almost 13 years ago

    I’ve met several people who thought they were perfect, and they were…perfect @$$-holes

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    alexzinuro  almost 2 years ago

    Why does the New York Times consider Andy’s mother perfect? If she were truly as “perfect” as they claim, then surely she’d inform her daughter, son-in-law, and grandchildren that Thanksgiving should be a time to honor the Native Americans, for whom it is a day of mourning. When the Pilgrims arrived in Plymouth, the Wampanoag tribe saved them from starvation (see [enter “Squanto” and “history of Thanksgiving”] for further details); however, they had no defenses against the weapons, diseases, and exotic animals, such as rats, that the settlers brought with them. Squanto, of the Pawtuxet tribe, became fluent in English, and thus he served as the interpreter for the Pilgrim representative Edward Winslow during his negotiations with Chief Massasoit of the Wampanoags. As a matter of fact, more people are becoming aware of this, and would prefer to celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Holidays should serve as a reminder of why science is more important than politics. There’s more to holidays than just their material aspects, e. g. the food, presents, decorations, and songs.

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