Gravity versus pumpkin. Let’s do this thing.
By the time Amelia’s 18, she’ll have a coterie of teenaged boys hacking into corporate financial servers for her.
Panel three: Is she coming down with a slight case of the scruples?
It could be ethics.
It all comes down to science!
She tosses the pumpkin and gets a slap on the wrist. He gets fired and loses his pension.
“It ain’t ethics”. Young republicans at school…probably a future judge.
She will be the next “the Girl With The Dragon Tattoo”
Got a chuckle out of the Exit sign in panel 2,
Not the brightest bulb in the ceiling, is he?
You can accomplish much in high school by learning the custodian’s name, and using it every time you talk to him (her).
She is a character
Lou didn’t wear glasses. Just sayin’…
Could also be a biology experiment if anyone is standing below…
This is taking advantage of a good person.
IIRC, David Letterman did similar things with watermelons.
No, it ain’t Amelia.
Redundant – Isaac Newton already did that one.
“Scientific Ethics” is an oxymoron.
Oh no, a witness co conspirator…..
The custodian thinks a sweet little girl wouldn’t drop a pumpkin from the roof. He must not work days or he’s know Amelia by now.
Real smart Custodian, REAL SMART
Amelia- Im doing a science experimentCustodian- What class?For language arts, not, you know, science
April 15, 2016