While I did remember to dry behind my ears after getting out of the shower, I will admit that I still feel like a kid, and that my only jobs were temporary stints with the census and a school uniform retailer, so you've got me there.
One thing I'd like to point out about my last comment, though, is how I devoted one line to the actual strip, with the rest of the post being about my observations of the comments here. As you've rightly assumed, my opinion on how valid these strips are probably doesn't hold much sway, and so I leave that to others who have "actually gone out and got a job." (This quote isn't meant to sound condescending or cynical.)
To reiterate the point of my last post, I see much more comments either saying that the current strip hit close to home, telling a personal horror story relating to the strip, or drawing parallels to real-life occurrences than the juvenile abominations you clearly see. Short of the line about the strip being about colon and period use, I'm not sure where I stated my opinion about "the validity of these strips." (Again, no cynicism or ill-will meant by the quote.) This sort of lends credence to my guess that we're reading different comments.
As for your PS, well-played. You've ensured that nothing I say will change your belief that I have the patience and total lack of pride and literary skill required to seek an adult to proofread my post on a newspaper comic comments board. Looks like you win.
I thought this strip was about colon and period use, not capitalization...
If it pleases you, MarillionFan, I shall use proper grammar despite being a 20-year old college student, a technical "school child", you might say. Hopefully, this will appease your righteous disdain.
Also, seeing as how a good majority of the comments I've seen in these strips seem to come from people who actually experience or have experienced what is being parodied, either you and I are reading different comments, you believe "school children" are actually employed in these areas, or you're making hasty generalizations.
I'm afraid neither outcome paints you as a particularly fine role model to us school children.
Reading the last few strips, I find it frightening that after 13 years it is still the same. Haven't we learned our lesson yet?...
I raise my FDT to the air and say: "Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!"