FoxTrot Classics by Bill Amend for May 31, 2023

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    The Reader Premium Member 11 months ago

    Don’t worry, you probably picked up enough while sleeping thru class!

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    asmbeers  11 months ago

    Now many of today’s teens brag, yes, brag about not ever having read a book.

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    Kroykali  11 months ago

    Now I’m going to have that reoccurring dream tonight about having a test that I totally forgot to study for.

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    mindjob  11 months ago

    Now an AI program can tell you summaries of the books. Why read when somebody else can do it for you?

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    Daltongang Premium Member 11 months ago

    Ah high school English class, I remember is so well. Our teacher assigned us to read 1500 pages worth of books and do written an oral reports on each book read. I went to the library and checked out War And Peace and read it in two weeks. The edition of War And Peace in the Library was 1600+ pages long. Two weeks reading, wrote the report that weekend, handed it in on Monday as well as giving the oral presentation and I was done for the rest of the semester. Best English Class ever and came away with an A.

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    Robert4170  11 months ago

    I have zero sympathy for Peter. Pay the consequences, moron.

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    Fennec! at the Disco  11 months ago

    Currently reading: The Scarlet Letter. Which was never assigned to me back when I was in high school. (Waaaay too many commas!)

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    rob  11 months ago

    I still enjoy reading but I will admit that I use an i-Pad to do so, makes it easier to not disturb the wife.

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    sperry532  11 months ago

    Every lit class instructor I’ve had since high school would write questions covering information NOT contained in Cliff Notes and Spark Notes. heheh

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    Otis Rufus Driftwood  11 months ago

    Some people aren’t cut out for college. Not that I think Peter would do much better in trade school.

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    Jason Allen  11 months ago

    The problem with CliffsNotes is that the teachers can also buy a copy to ensure the it doesn’t have the answer to any of the test questions.

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    Limpid Lizard  11 months ago

    Just drop out. You’ll never amount to anything anyway.

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    ValancyCarmody  11 months ago

    When I took the SAT, it had a question about the characters in a particular “classic” book. I had never read that one, but someone in my class had presented a book report on it the day before, so I was able to answer the question.

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