Monday Avoidance 1/2

posted January 31st, 2015, 2:01 am


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February 15th, 2014, 3:35 am

GreenKrog

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Monday Avoidance 1/2

Another double post, you lucky readers!
A few things!

I am pretty bitter that Chamberland gets so little credit when Pasteur gets so much time in the history books.
In Vancouver at least, there are anti-loitering devices in place in some public places, such as school parks, that emit sounds at a frequency only audible to young people, before they receive hearing damage. I've never heard them.

Last, and this one kinda makes me a little uneasy, so I would like real opinions. When Annie is throwing her napkin at Flint, is it mean? Feminist? Why is it that women are allowed to do that, but if a man throws a napkin at a girl in jest it can be construed as violence? I'm not big on double standards, and I was actually a little surprised when I drew this. And now it just makes me uneasy.

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January 31st, 2015, 9:20 am

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I would assume in their situation right now it would just count as flirting and I would probably still take it as flirting if it was reversed. Plus I think it all matters on body language if something were to go down. In this situation both are being playful so I'd take it as harmless and okay

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February 2nd, 2015, 2:03 am

mittfh

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Over here in the UK, Edward Jenner gets the credit for vaccination (injecting people with cowpox to protect them from the deadlier smallpox), while Louis Pasteur is chiefly remembered for the process of heating and rapidly cooling liquids which bears his name.

As for the anti-loitering device, "Mosquito" was invented and first trialled over here (with the inventor using his own children as guinea pigs to determine the frequency). It gained so much success some teens hit upon a novel use for the sound: turning it into a ringtone...

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