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  1. TheBillyGoat commented on Gil Thorp 9 months ago

    In P1 the rain is falling left to right: in P2 the referee is standing under an awning staying dry as best he can: in P3 the rain is falling right to left. And why is Chip giving a salute?

  2. TheBillyGoat commented on Gil Thorp 9 months ago

    Yes! Even in rain the Sign Man shows up! The cardboard is still stiff and the lettering hasn’t ran down.

  3. TheBillyGoat commented on Gil Thorp 9 months ago

    The real question is how an when did Gil an Kaz grow to be at least a foot taller than the door in P1.

  4. TheBillyGoat commented on Gil Thorp 10 months ago

    See I told you some Yankee guy said it!

  5. TheBillyGoat commented on Gil Thorp 10 months ago

    Ahh yess…the famous “Sign Man” is still alive in Milford. There he is in the bottom left corner of P3. Look at the size of that fist in P3—as that Yankee announcer use to say “Holy Cow!!!”

  6. TheBillyGoat commented on Gil Thorp 10 months ago

    Nice to see that “cheerleader” put his stripe shirt back on

  7. TheBillyGoat commented on Gil Thorp 10 months ago

    Is this coach the evil Dr. Sen; Dr. Benton Quest’s arch enemy? Only Johnny Quest knows….

  8. TheBillyGoat commented on Gil Thorp 10 months ago

    In P1, for some reason known only to those in Milford, a fan holds up a blank sheet of cardboard. I guess if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything!

  9. TheBillyGoat commented on Gil Thorp 10 months ago

    If those players in P1 are wearing shoulder pads, Milford has the cheapest Athletic Director in the U.S.A. By the end of the season, these cream puffs will be complaining the shower water is hitting their shoulders to hard.

  10. TheBillyGoat commented on Gil Thorp 10 months ago

    In P1 the Oakwood running back is stiff arming his team mate-good thing too because offensive linemen love to be credited with touchdown saving tackles. In P3 it seems that Terry Gallagher has solved Oakwood ability to levitate and advance the ball.