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Frazz - Sunday February 24, 2019 Comic Strip Licensing and Permissions

Frazz - Sunday February 24, 2019 Comic Strip
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FRAZZ BY JEF MALLETT Caulfield: Let's say Washington's birthday was the original Presidents Day. Since it was. Now let's say we assigned him one annual Presidents Day for each day he was actually president. The last Presidents Day he'd have to show up for would be the year 4665. Poor William Henry Harrison, on the other hand, would have been off the hook after 1873. Grover Cleveland is an enigma. Would he have to take a break in the middle? Mrs. Olsen: I know what you're doing, Caulfield. Caulfield: Good, because I lost track of whether I was using math to avoid history homework or the other way around.