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Gasoline Alley by Jim Scancarelli

Gasoline Alley

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  1. axe-grinder commented on Gasoline Alley about 11 hours ago

    Hi, Dypak! I’m glad they’re over the bridge because it was giving me vertigo, but it sure was drawn beautifully.

  2. axe-grinder commented on Gasoline Alley 2 days ago

    excellent.

  3. axe-grinder commented on Gasoline Alley 3 days ago

    Thanks, Jim!

  4. axe-grinder commented on Gasoline Alley 4 days ago

    The bridge scares me— Jim draws rickety and precarious very convincingly!

  5. axe-grinder commented on Gasoline Alley about 1 month ago

    Apparently, Jim is a model-railroader himself: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Scancarelli

  6. axe-grinder commented on Gasoline Alley about 1 month ago

    Jim convincingly evokes young infatuation, throws in Little Orphan Annie and a joke,as well. Life is good.

  7. axe-grinder commented on Gasoline Alley about 1 month ago

    Good question! Perhaps no troll can ever measure up to NotNormanChubsyUbsy in terms of pure, unbridled ranting and mayhem. He would insult, and then whine that he was being insulted. Attack, and then complain about being wronged and attacked. Perhaps best of all, he would tell everyone that if they didn’t like his comments, they should just skip over them, while never doing that himself– and never applying that advice to his reading of a comic strip he almost never enjoyed. Yes, he set the bar high, or low, depending on your perspective.

  8. axe-grinder commented on Gasoline Alley about 1 month ago

    It’s especially sad when a “troll” has nothing clever to say. Years ago now there was a legendary gocomics troll who went by the name “notnormanchubsyubsy”. He clearly made an impression on me… not really in a good way, because he seemed to exist solely to foment outrage, but I had to admire the intelligence he brought to his misguided task. For good or ill, trolls today just don’t seem to have that kind of ability and dedication to their craft. Recent trolls are at best mere shades of Norman. “Yawn” indeed.

  9. axe-grinder commented on Gasoline Alley about 1 month ago

    What a difficult subject to handle here. I think Jim will make it interesting and uplifting.

  10. axe-grinder commented on Arlo and Janis 2 months ago

    It’s “The Red Book of Home Refinancing”.