Gasoline Alley by Jim Scancarelli

Gasoline Alley

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  1. Mineola

    Mineola said, about 3 years ago

    Hey Gretchen! Have you ever heard of “silent mode”?

  2. axe-grinder

    axe-grinder said, about 3 years ago

    …ever heard of knocking?

  3. Hickory

    Hickory said, about 3 years ago

    Obnoxious brat!

  4. battle of plattsburgh

    battle of plattsburgh said, about 3 years ago

    Just be glad the dog’s not barking.

  5. Rocky11

    Rocky11 said, about 3 years ago

    I never thought I would miss the dog

  6. miqq1234

    miqq1234 said, about 3 years ago

    ….and I thought that generation only used text

  7. cheapskate0

    cheapskate0 said, about 3 years ago

    Hey, Jim! It looks like Gretchen has worn out her welcome, same as the dog!
    Rocky11: Yeah, it’s pretty bad when we start to miss the overgrown fleabag!
    Hope this arc wraps up very soon!

  8. cheapskate0

    cheapskate0 said, about 3 years ago

    I think this was supposed to be another one of those “Slim is so stupid // How stupid is he?” moments.
    Imagine not knowing that her boyfriend is seven time zones away.
    But it sure looks like the readers ain’t fallin’ for it!

  9. cheapskate0

    cheapskate0 said, about 3 years ago

    That said, I like Sunday’s Terry and Corky sequence.
    Someone else said, and I second the motion: Why not a Terry and Corky arc? Struggling small business owner and his underpaid, overworked hired hand.
    An arc about the diner would be just so delicious!
    How about it, Jim?

  10. Nermal M

    Nermal M said, about 3 years ago

    Gretchen was such a sweet toddler. What happened to her in the last 30 + years? She is so inconsiderate and self-absorbed, bossy to her father and acts like a teenager. She’s old enough to have a thirteen year old child of her own. Grow up Gretchen. I’m disappointed in you.

  11. firebrand1

    firebrand1 said, about 3 years ago

    Form a news headline A new study from Pew Research finds that 36 percent of Millennials – young adults ages 18 to 31 – are living at their parents’ homes, the highest number in four decades. A record 21.6 million young adults were still living at home last year. Gretchen may be here to stay

  12. cbrsarah

    cbrsarah said, about 3 years ago


    Considering the current economy, I can understand why. A lot of adult children are moving back with mom and dad, because they got laid off and couldn’t find another job, because a lot of companies were laying off people. In some cases, businesses closed down because they couldn’t do business anymore.

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