Zen Pencils by Gavin Aung Than for March 13, 2017

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    Kind&Kinder  about 7 years ago

    Better just do; there is no die.

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    gammaguy  about 7 years ago

    “Life is a game with a glorious prize….”

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    No. Life is the prize.

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    Willywise52 Premium Member about 7 years ago

    Who was this saying attributed to? It usually says.

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    Chief Inspector   about 7 years ago

    It by a woman named Ann Onymous

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    annqueue  about 7 years ago

    After quite a bit of google, I can’t find an author. It seems this poem was very popular around 1920, and it appeared in many trade organization newsletters, school journals, and such. One refers to it as a Labor Day poem, and none attribute it to anyone but anonymous.

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    Grack, the Grate  about 7 years ago

    To me, the author’s immaterial – and the second to last verse is: “To Do and Die…” You just have to hang on as long as you can…

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    Grack, the Grate  about 7 years ago

    To me, the author’s immaterial – and the second to last verse is: “To Do and Die…” You just have to hang on as long as you can…

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    ziggman14304  about 7 years ago

    After getting hit on the head by the ball, shouldn’t he get the concussion protocol test done? Just wondering.

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    Lethea  about 7 years ago

    Citation from the Grammar Police: In Panel 9 it says, “Do you wilt and whine if you fail to win in the manner you think your due?”

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