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Feb 15, 2009
How fun...why don't we just make contractions in comic strips illegal, just so it will be "grammatically correct" for everybody. The rhythm and flow of the dialog in a comic strip is irrelevant. Actually, if you wanted to make it more grammatically correct, you wouldn't begin a sentence with "and;" however, until "red" opened his pie-hole I had no problem with any of it.

That said, my brain is working overtime trying to figure out what the heck Wally did to these people to go through such extremes to keep him away from them. I wonder if this could possibly the fault of Wally from the future? (You know, the Wally who illegally uses time travel to go back and filch free coffee.)
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Feb 15, 2009
Hey, grammar cop -- stop trying to write the grammatical equivalent of a jaywalking ticket here when there's genocide occurring over on YouTube.
Feb 15, 2009
I love it when someone wrongly criticizes another person's grammar in a public forum. Normally, I'd use this opportunity to mock Red, but I'm feeling magnanimous today. I'll let Red continue being ignorant of why he's wrong.
Feb 15, 2009
Red, no it doesn't. Every time someone makes a sophomoric comment like that about one of these strips (which is pretty much every day) it makes me want to pound someone's face in with MY fist of death. Stop ruining everyone's enjoyment of the strip.
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Feb 15, 2009
PHB: Did you accomplish anything this week?

Wally: I enabled my team to feel more ownership and to take more
individual responsibility for the success of the project as a whole.

I will need to continue to closely monitor the situation,
but the whole team is finally working together with renewed
purpose since they've come under my leadership.

Too long for a cartoon bubble, but about right for Wally's A&D. :-)

- TeeBert78
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