Monday, February 7, 2011

Productive Snow Day

Inspiration: The Great Midwestern Blizzard of 2011, Calvin & Hobbes, High School English, and The Mighty Quinn.

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39 comments:

  1. awwww. The comic is a no show :(

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  2. Haha awesome. I'm sure I've done all those things at least once in my life.


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  3. Technical difficulties fixed - the comic should show up now!

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  4. hahaha.... what kind of hot cocoa do you make?

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  5. Loving the snowclops. I tried to make a "Calvin and Hobbes" homage in my back yard this year and failed miserably.

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  6. I love this! I'm so fascinated with people who draw comics. It's just such an awesome skill.

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  7. 800 accidents in the tiny bit of ice we got in Houston in 1 day. My snow day activity was "stay home and not die."

    The Stupid Q

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  8. Excellent Jack London reference !

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  9. This is great! I had to send it too my brother who has had three snow days this year so far... and who knows if he'll be getting more.

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  10. What a great comic series, glad I found it.

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  11. Snow is so wonderful as a child, but as you get older it's just a pain in the ass.

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  12. love the blog, I was hoping since I am following your blog you will follow mine at www.roof-detective.blogspot.com

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  13. yup. had a snow day from college the other day. that was about how it went.

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  14. Dude, this is all I do everyday. There are a number of snowmen with various deformities inhabiting my yard as we speak!

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  15. Love your work, and have experienced most all of that in the past five minutes.
    You have been awarded over on my blog.
    http://observationsofanokie.blogspot.com/2011/02/awarded.html

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  16. I do dramatic re-enactments of "To Build a Fire" even when it doesn't snow, though, I admit they are confusing and far less satisfying.
    Funny Stuff I Write

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  17. Haha, love the snowclopses. A little bit of a calvin and hobbes reference?
    x

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  18. Haha...Can I have the recipe of your hot cocoa?

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  19. Love seeing someone honored for a good job. Haven't seen your blog before so I'll check in from time to time.

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  20. Join the Revolution!

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    Thanks for the support!

    DHWTNews

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  21. I'm in northern Ohio - I feel ya! And what about scraping ice off the windshield . . .

    Nice work, Grant.

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  22. Brilliant! Makes me miss the snow :)

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  23. Love It!!!! all those things are officially on the bucket list

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  24. Hey... Just dropping to by to say that your post is funny. It's so nice to read comics like that.. very relaxing... Thanks for your post.



    -doniesanjosealegre-
    thedoggyshow.blogspot.com

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  25. Great comics! Loving 'em, every one!

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  26. haha! great comics ! so glad i came across this site. could you share your hot cocoa recipe ?

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  27. i love your comics man! keep up the good job !

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  28. "Find the deepest drainage ditch to sled down" - Haha, I can totally relate to that. Your comics are great, I want to share them!

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  29. I've gotten alot of snow this winter

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  30. I LOVE building hoards of evil snowmen =)

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  31. snow people mions are mans best friend

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  32. a "aweso" is incomplete without this picture...

    GUD1!

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  33. These are hillarious! That snowday sounds perfect!

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  34. Sounds like something Calvin and Hobbes would do...

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  35. This is probably my favorite ^-^
    It reminds me of my younger days...
    And wow, how do you keep up with all the comments?

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  36. This is absolutely brilliant and describes my childhood! HA!
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    http://realmbeyondsight.blogspot.com/

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  37. Man! Calvin and Hobbes rules ! Its my favorite comic strip ever!

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