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  1. waykirk1 GoComics Pro Member commented on Sunny Street 13 days ago

    No, you are not the only one. I liked it so much I bought the DVD’s when they came out.

    It always seems to me that only myself and one other person in N. Dakota like a certain show and then it is cancelled. For instance, “Cop Rock”. Great tunes by Randy Newman including the entro. See utube.

    Oh well, at least I have the VHS tapes of that one since the DVD’s have never been made.

    Yet, the awful and so called reality shows just keep on coming. Duk Dynasty? Kim? et al. RUkidding me?

    The old and grumpy Sarge who watches the old episodes of “Batman” when it comes on.

  2. waykirk1 GoComics Pro Member commented on Lard's World Peace Tips 13 days ago

    Save a donkey people.

    Just like Greyhound dogs and hardworking horses who have lived out their lives serving man. Obviously they are expendable as yesterdays newspaper.

    There is nothing that I can do but I hate to see the horses and donkeys pulling tourists around in their carriages near the French Market in New Orleans and NYC as well.

    Ladies and gentlemen, it is really HOT in NOLA several months of the year. The poor critters have no choice except to die in their traces when their time is done.

    The bleeding hearted, critter loving, old Sarge

  3. waykirk1 GoComics Pro Member commented on Pluggers 14 days ago

    I used to buy “recapped” tires for $5 each at the tire store at Kamp Washington, VA near Fairfax City in the sixties. Yes, they spelled it Kamp.

    The tires might last for a few months or so. however, new tires were twenty bucks. Twenty bucks was all I could earn in a band job in that era.

    In the meantime, on the way back to Chantilly, VA in 1962, I would stop at a gas station at the same place and buy a cold soda (.10 cents) to hold on to at 2-3AM on my way back from a night club gig in DC. I would roll the window down as well. I would go ahead and park in the Herndon High School parking lot and wait for the buses to come in at morning and wake me up and send me off to class. First stop-nurses office to rest for a while.

    Lucky to still be here after all of that and Uncle Sam.

    The old Sarge who was a rock and roller in his time.