How about goodbye as, “I’ll be back” and an ominous laugh?
barkleyspam is correct (and I am surprised) that the Federal minimum wage law is $7.25. A few states don’t have a minimum wage law (although I think some would like to have it set at a quarter an hour – but they aren’t allowed to set lower than the Federal level). Many states have set the state minimum level well above the Federal basement level. And many businesses are finding they have to go above the state basement level to find workers – and are still struggling.
That is a safe bet in mid-October. Like predicting a hot day in late-July.
Word of advice, Ralston: Never trust a rat. He enjoys humiliating you.
The end of today’s strip appears to be a Non Sequitur… Oh, wait… That’s a different strip.
Youth is wasted on the young.
The legit ones don’t begin with, “Material possessions mean nothing, so sign them over to me.” Although one psychogogue (spiritual guide – basically the same as guru, except my dissertation advisor told me to use psychogogue and not guru in the thesis) advised selling everything and giving the money to the poor.
It was revealed Winky is a clone of Ensign Kenny. Somehow it makes sense.
A suggestion for Korak: Throw Mike and camera in the water before you dive in to save her.
That’s the way I read it… Except that Eliot was an idiot to think he could ever leave the Apparatus. They would have come looking for him. And if the thing has never been tested for going to the future he might have been an idiot for trying to send it there.
Vaguely remember an arc from years ago… Pre-DNA. Some crook escaped, hid in a shack full of dynamite. Lightning struck. Tracy spent a few days looking for evidence the escapee had been in the shack. Finally found handcuffs in a tree. (Any of the experts here want to tell me when this was?) Wonder if they’ll find enough of Eliot to make an ID now in the DNA era?