FoxTrot en Español by Bill Amend

FoxTrot en Español

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  1. Arye Uygur

    Arye Uygur said, about 1 year ago

    MARY WORTH: The scene is set.

    REX MORGAN: Is it that Sarah doesn’t like her food or her parents don’t feed the dog what the dog likes.

    APT3G: LuAnn is being treated like a beautiful fixture.

  2. woodworker318

    woodworker318 said, about 1 year ago

    Mary Worth: will Mary stop wringing her hands together and change into something appropriate for the desert.
    Rex Morgan: Sarah’s parents don’t see her feeding her food to the dog? Is June’s cooking that bad? What did she cook in that big pot that you can hold in you fingers instead of using a fork?
    Phantom: This is starting to drag out like the lion and the miners did.
    Mark Trail: Is Big Mike so dense that he doesn’t know who Mark is? Either that or Lost Forest is lost and nobody knows anything about it. He can’t have too big a reputation as a writer

  3. Florchi

    Florchi said, about 1 year ago

    JUDGE PARKER: Cryptography is " the science of keeping information secret." I am impressed with April’s NSA position as becoming a cryptologist is exceptionally difficult and requires proficiency in advanced mathematics.
    MARY WORTH: Nice scenery! I agree with woodworker that Mary needs to change into appropriate apparel. I hope she packed something suitable for the desert clime!

  4. Florchi

    Florchi said, about 1 year ago

    MANDRAKE: A flashback – waaaay back!

  5. davidf42

    davidf42 said, about 1 year ago

    Judge Parker – Okay. I guess that’s interesting.
    Mandrake – The classic story begins. Does anyone know if this is the original artwork or not? And is this the first story arc of the Mandrake comic strip?

  6. marvee

    marvee GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 year ago

    Mandrake – I’m actually finding these introductions helpful. But I’m still concerned about Fred Fredericks.
    Judge Parker – A recent PBS series called Bletchley Park was about 4 English women working as cryptologists in WWII, later using their skills to solve a crime. I wonder if that inspired this story line.
    My dictionary defines it as “secret writing”, “the enciphering and deciphering of secret code”. In other words, it may involve putting our secrets into code or trying to uncover someone else’s secrets.

  7. Florchi

    Florchi said, about 1 year ago

    @marvee

    JP: Thanks for your crypto comments. Webopedia says cryptography is used to protect e-mail messages, credit card information, and corporate data. However, unless special steps are taken, regular email is not encrypted. Hence the saying “Don’t write anything in email that you wouldn’t write on a postcard.” I wonder how all these story threads in the JP strip are going to weave together…?

  8. SWEETBILL

    SWEETBILL said, about 1 year ago

    3G- “As long as you agree with me” – he a total control freak!!

    JP- Anybody watching her?- She’d be good for “ransom $$”

    NOTE- CRYPTO- Back in ’66 when I was stationed in Camp
    Pendelton CA. , I was assigned to Headquarters, Hdqs,Hdqs area 24 , worked in the office 8hrs. day nite shift,
    from Vietnam we would receive messages in “cyrpto” of the
    name of each USMC Marine that was killed that day. That way, nobody new the casualities they had taken out over there in the Western Pacific. We deciftered it to English, then
    using a Teletype machine( no computer then) , I would send
    it to the nearest MC base / or Reserve Unit closes to his family, and they would send two Marines to visit the family
    with the bad news………………………………………………………..

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