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  1. waykirk1 GoComics Pro Member commented on Bliss 2 days ago

    Scheduled for an MRI soon. I hate these claustrophobic things. It was like being in a coffin to me the last time.

    Had two CT’s with and without contrast in the last year and they were not too bad.

    At least the MRI will not add to my radiation exposure.

    The clausto old Sarge

  2. waykirk1 GoComics Pro Member commented on The Creeps 2 days ago

    Thanks, to the both of you, swansongsingalong and gopher gofer I appreciate your remarks.

    I try to keep my comments down to ten a week or so. It just depends on the cartoon and how it relates to me.

    I have a ton of stories that I can now joyfully share anonymously with the readers of these strips.

    Here’s a quick one. I ran into a P-51 pilot from WWII at the wine store the other day. He told me that his wife will only let him tell one war story a day. I gave him my phone number and said call anytime and you can tell me today’s story if you wish. They were the greatest generation for sure. Both my dad and father-in-law served in the Navy in WWII. Both are long gone now. BIL OCS LT had two tours in Viet Nam. The OS was a OCS drop out in 1970 for not be cooperative enough, became the Old Sarge anyway.

    Another note, when you were graduated from OCS you could always be bumped back to the enlisted ranks if the Army desired. These were called “temporary” promotions. Saw a Major bumped back to SFC and he left the Army as soon as he could.

    Knew another guy who made it to LTC in four years. The old Sarge made it to SGT in fourteen months.

    Those were the days my friends. And, that is all for now.

    Marie says Hi to all. Talks more than any dog I have ever had.

  3. waykirk1 GoComics Pro Member commented on The Creeps 2 days ago

    Thank you. I resemble that remark.

    The strange old Sarge

  4. waykirk1 GoComics Pro Member commented on Francis 3 days ago

    Agreed.

    The old Episcopal Sarge

  5. waykirk1 GoComics Pro Member commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 3 days ago

    chaosed,

    Sounds like mine too.

    Eat, poop (in the latrine) for a half hour or more, while talking/texting on his cell phone, and then have the gonads to leave early. This is after arriving a half hour late when he and 2 others who lived nearby couldn’t make it in. I had a commute of nearly an hour or more everyday in the DC area and I was rarely late.

    These kind of schemes made me retire early at 66. I couldn’t stand it anymore. The owner could care less. He was late half the time as well.

    The old Sarge who was almost always on time. For work, funerals, and weddings.

  6. waykirk1 GoComics Pro Member commented on Human Cull 3 days ago

    We are constantly picking up litter, usually bottles and beer cans from our front yard.

    Even our church up the street is not immune from these litterers in the first degree. Nearly every other day there is a full bag of trash to pick up from the church grounds. There was a broken hula hoop and some building debris the other day.

    I wish that the souls in the churchyard would haunt these trash heads and cull them for us.

    Oh well, what can you do?

    The old Sarge and company

  7. waykirk1 GoComics Pro Member commented on The Creeps 3 days ago

    This is a strange cartoon and I almost never see any one comment on the site. However what the character says is true as far as I know. Most dust particles are dead skin floating around us.

    However, I have a ton of dog hair that fights for it’s space in this galaxy of dust and particulates in my home. My 100 pound German Shepherd donates so much hair that she has chocked up my late mother’s 50 year old Electrolux vacuum from time to time. The big girl, Marie, is worth it, however.

    Marie alerted me that a coyote was nearby the other day. When I looked and saw it, it was just ambling up the road and I was worried that it might get hit by a car. I pounded on the window and the critter ran off the road and into the woods. I am not fond of coyotes but I do love to hear their serenade from the nearby forest. This is 20 miles south of DC for the record.

    Come on folks, read and comment about the Creeps before Gocomics gives up on it.

    The old Sarge who is not creepy but loves strange comics and dogs.

    NOTE: Please dont leave kids and/or dogs in hot cars. Please! (Sign on the dash of my car).