Getting up at 2AM to change your clock is such a hassle. If only there was some substance to it, then it might be worth it.
Today is Groundhog Day. For those who don’t know, Groundhog day is the day where we reject meteorologists and instead analyze the behaviour of a groundhog (not that the meteorologists were ever right in the first place, but that’s beside the point). If it sees its shadow and goes back into its burrow and winter will be prolonged for another six weeks.
Who’s to say that isn’t just some conspiracy spread by the the pork haters? Perhaps Peter Fox is right and the real reason why Groundhog Day exists is to celebrate ground pork. Bring out the sausages!
The new year is upon us, and it’s time to choose our resolutions!
I think I might try running on 320x240 one day and see if I can survive. It may not be listed in the Windows 7 screen resolutions dialog, but it is possible: run a program in 640x480 compatibility mode, then open the screen resolution dialog; the option for 320x240 should be there.
Here’s a screenshot of my attempt from last year:
I want to do this again, but in 256 colour mode.
Have you procrastinated and put off your Christmas cards until now? You go off to the store and find out that it’s closed or they’re all sold out of Christmas-themed cards. Maybe you’re just too cheap to buy cards this year. Why not try making your own?
As always, credits go to Bill Amend.
I left you hanging earlier this week about how Jason handles back-to-school. I will leave you hanging no longer:
From the information given in the comic, he started at 99 hours and it takes him 10.8 seconds to sing one round, going through 2001 rounds in 6.003 hours.
It’s that time of year again: back to school! A good sleep has been linked to success, so you might as well get some. Unfortunately, kids tend to get homework that keeps them awake at night, then they have to get up early to go to school, so they don’t get much sleep. How do the FoxTrot kids handle it?
- FoxTrot comic 2011-08-21
- FoxTrot comic 2003-09-01
- FoxTrot comic 2003-09-02
- FoxTrot comic 2003-09-03
- FoxTrot comic 2003-09-04
- FoxTrot comic 2003-09-05
Check back at the end of the week to see how Jason handles it!
Ever wonder what your teachers do during the summer?
Perhaps this FoxTrot comic can give us an insight: