Emmerson: Larger classes

Written By: - Date published: 9:25 am, June 3rd, 2012 - 8 comments
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Great cartoon from Emmerson in The NZ Herald:

8 comments on “Emmerson: Larger classes”

  1. Bill 1

    Ah Jeez. Just for the briefest of moments I thought Emmersons was going to be served in larger glasses. Need coffee.

    • weka 1.1

      I thought Emmersons was going to offer lager classes 🙁

      • Bill 1.1.1

        See how easy it would be to make the world a much better place? 🙂

        • weka

          Exactly! Although Emmersons still needs to sell some of its beer in smaller bottles 😉
          Do you think we killed this conversation before it even got started?

          • bbfloyd

            that’s probably a good thing………

            • Bill

              Ah, but what a low life thing to have done. So lacking in class! Even (if I could be so bold as to employ a newly coined phrase) ‘low class’.

  2. Dr Terry 2

    Clever cartoon. For some, too close to the truth for comfort. Suggest taking it seriously (with a wry laugh).

  3. So much truth beneath this drawing, representing the situation in many countries, especially south America. Not to mention how distorted is the education in eastern Europe.

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