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– I’ll be at the Toronto Comics Art Festival in CANADA this weekend. Find me in the children’s section. If you live in Canada I hope you’ll come and see me. My understanding is that it’s a small country and Toronto should be within walking distance of pretty much anywhere.
– Oh, I have a new webcomic. It’s called Ghost Kiss. I’ll be posting new pages every day this week. Please check it out!
Good rule to have and follow.
Simple, short, easy to remember… surprisingly unambiguous too.
Would that our legal systems could be so straightforward. Too many powerful people profit from the endless layers of complexity though. 🙁
Re: Toronto. Yeah, right.
If you want to drive, listen to 680News (680 AM) for regular traffic reports, even on the weekend. Otherwise your GPS might send you right into a traffic jam, which can pop up with surprising regularity. Too bad the train from the airport isn’t going yet; I think it is scheduled to start June 6.
I will try to come by, but I am in the suburbs. The GO Transit system and the TTC should be able to help.
That silent gasp. That teacher JUST used the J-word
“Well, at least you’re on time.”? There’s nothing like the teacher’s opening statement carrying such a judgmental tone to bode ill for the school year.
And Sneaky Snake agrees to the no being a jerk. Obviously, stealing things from people isn’t a jerk move in his opinion.
And they put you in the children’s section? Your books are rated T for teen. Medium stabbing. Canadians must have a lower standard of what is acceptable for children.
That was my only rule when I ran a classroom.
That is a great rule,and should be the staple of modern society!
It is a politer wording of Wheaton’s Law.
wait is her snake noding or is she noding to the don’t be a jerk
I guess it’s up to you to decide? I meant for her to be nodding, but it really does look like the snake is nodding. A nod is hard to draw.
Whelp, she’s being cute! I wonder if she can follow that rule…
It’s an important rule, no matter where you are in life.
Shocking! 😮 But Modest succumbs to the inevitable.
Wheaton’s Law is holy indeed
My classroom has four rules. Everyone gets to be:
Anything that I have to ask my students to do or stop doing falls under at least one of these four. If it doesn’t, then it’s probably not something I need to officiate.
Usually within a few days, the kids are able to work out for themselves which rules are being broken when I have to intervene or redirect. Within a few weeks, they’re often able to self-police in these regards. Or at least call out one another.
The anti-jerk rule is the most important dumb rule of them all.
I know I’d have trouble with this rule, it’s extremely broad and open to interpretation.
Good rule. Good rule. *nods* Problem is, though, different people have different definitions of what counts as being a jerk.
The disoppionted look on her face on the last panal is awesome.