# 98 Heads Up

1st Apr 2018, 4:29 AM

# 98 Heads Up
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Travis on 1st Apr 2018, 4:29 AM

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Happy Easter Everybody!
This is not an April fool's joke. I have finally updated my comic! I'm on spring break (well, Vacation anyway, my wife and son are the one's getting spring break). We're just going to hang out in town. See a ball game. Take Jack to the Jamestown Historical site. If you don't live in the Virginia area, It's part Archeological dig and part Recreation of the Jamestown settlement of the Virginia Company. The first successful settlement of the British in Virginia (After the Roanoke Colony vanished).There's a recreation of the original fort and the ships, and all that kind of stuff.



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MK_Wizard on 1st Apr 2018, 2:27 PM

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At the risk of sounding prejudice towards widows, I still don’t know if I trust her. A label like that on something is unsettling. It’s like claiming you are a vegetarian and then order the steak. Or claiming you adore parenting yet you are checking off how many days until your kids are eighteen. People who are happy where they are do not put labels like that on “swear jars”.

MadJak91 on 1st Apr 2018, 7:21 PM

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It is not exactly uncommon...

Here are two tests:
Both were done with homeless people in different locations.

1) I gave the person money. A coin or two. They wanted money for food and their dorm. I observed them after that. They bought alcohol and cigarettes. Although this is something plenty of people will tell you that it happens often.

2) Guy sitting in front of a grocery store asked me for money for food. I told him to wait a bit. I went in, bought my stuff and bought extra bread and rolls. Went outside and gave him the extra bag. He refused. So I gave him meal tickets. He refused and demanded money. So I assumed he was after alcohol and cigarettes since you cannot buy those for meal tickets. I was more baffled by the fact that he refused actual food when he was asking for it but whatever.

What do I do now? I tip extra to legit street performers, musicians and guys selling magazines who have proper seller's card.

MadJak91 on 1st Apr 2018, 7:12 PM

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Does that method work? Because I have never seen it working :D
Collecting coins for every bad action to later have a party or beer only makes people do the same more often. I saw it with candies... and no, it did not work. Obviously, it was the person who needed to donate candies and they actually preferred that to stopping. Huh. And going: "At least we have candy!" does not help it. But hey, it was a good experiment in human behavior :D

I feel like that is a myth. Spoke with at least two cleaning people and they said women can leave just as much mess as men. That and plenty of info to support that online ;)
LMAO
I would not trust him.

Cooke on 9th Apr 2018, 9:15 AM

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Ha! You go Bruno.

AmeliaP on 23rd Apr 2018, 3:17 PM

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Are you ready to wait in the line, Bruno? You know, there is ALWAYS a line for the ladies room XD

Travis on 23rd Apr 2018, 4:43 PM

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haha, it's probably worth the wait, when you see what happens to the stalls in the men's room.
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