Annie by Jay Maeder and Alan Kupperberg

Annie

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  1. davidf42

    davidf42 said, about 18 hours ago

    Morning, Anniephans!


    You sure can’t please them all.


    Here’s the link to the 2005 Annie story, ”Madame Santanna.”

  2. Nun'Ya Bidness

    Nun'Ya Bidness said, about 7 hours ago

    I was sent to Saudia Arabia during the first Gulf War.
    Boy! Was that an eye-opener!

    Approximately 70% of the population seemed to me to be incredibly immature. They were happy to recieve their check from the government every month (which is their share of the gas money from you and me, my friends!), recieve their free education and free health care, with not the least desire to improve them selves by doing some hard work (mental or physical).

    Although I have to admit, it was fun to dicker for the price of most things, including gold and silver.

    In the early 1980’s, 10 young ladies from Saudia Arabia came to the Baptist College in Charleston, SC, for a student swap.

    9 of those young ladies raved about all the freedoms they never had in Saudia Arabia and how much they loved it here.

    The 10th girl lamented, continually, about how just anybody could walk up to her and talk to her without going thru her father or brothers first. She missed the protection she felt from all those ‘unwritten laws’ that were in effect at home.

    All were required to go home. But what ’cha bet that at least a few of those are the ones making trouble by driving their cars?

  3. Night-Gaunt49

    Night-Gaunt49 said, about 6 hours ago

    @Nun'Ya Bidness

    That was paid for by not just the USA. However it is our reliance on a limited an damaging resource—-fossil fuels that is the problem here not just who has it to sell.
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    Hey, I thought the Colonel had left already!

  4. Night-Gaunt49

    Night-Gaunt49 said, about 6 hours ago

    @Nun'Ya Bidness

    The 10th girl lamented, continually, about how just anybody could walk up to her and talk to her without going thru her father or brothers first. She missed the protection she felt from all those ‘unwritten laws’ that were in effect at home.
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    There are hard line Christians who want to do that same Biblical thing.

  5. Trucker Ron

    Trucker Ron GoComics PRO Member said, about 5 hours ago

    NG49 — I’m glad that you’re free to believe things than ain’t necessarily so about hard-line Christians. As a devout church goer, I assure you that I don’t want anyone living under Sharia law or anything like it!

  6. Night-Gaunt49

    Night-Gaunt49 said, 43 minutes ago

    @Trucker Ron

    That would be Leviticus Law which predates Shari’a and no doubt influenced it.

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