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  1. elgancho38 commented on Gasoline Alley 28 days ago

    Will someone explain why they brought the parrot to the train ride in the first place? She is a source of levity and jocularity, but not an appropriate addition to a ride on a steam train.

  2. elgancho38 commented on Gasoline Alley about 1 month ago

    “Don’t it make my brown eyes blue?” or “Ain’t love grand?” “I’m as corny as Kansas in August, High as the flag on the 4th of July.” Looks like the engine isn’t the only thing that steamed up. I know I’m writing in cliches. I guess I’ve been watching too many sound bites from athletes.

  3. elgancho38 commented on Gasoline Alley about 1 month ago

    I was hoping Rover had more sense. He could have backed up and gone around. The “Woe” pun has been used before.

  4. elgancho38 commented on Gasoline Alley 2 months ago

    Tires burn very hot. They would need to be cut up to go into the firebox. I once melted a trash barrel burning tires. They made lovely black smoke.

  5. elgancho38 commented on Gasoline Alley 3 months ago

    Another example of Jimmy’s dark sense of humour. It’s like those pits full of snakes, ete in the Indiana Jones movies. Am I the only one who asks what they eat to stay alive in those long abandoned pits. A few spiders sure keep the flying insect population in check.

  6. elgancho38 commented on Gasoline Alley 3 months ago

    looks like Boog’s visit to the fair Charlotte’s home is not faring well. He seems to be having a fair amount of difficulty.

  7. elgancho38 commented on Gasoline Alley 3 months ago

    The “original” Young love or at least the biggest hit in the 50s was sung by Tab Hunter, a movie actor of the time. Sunny James, a country singer, had it out, too. Ms Gore came much later. In those days, many performers would cover a song with some success.

  8. elgancho38 commented on Gasoline Alley 3 months ago

    The “original” Young love or at least the biggest hit in the 50s was sung by Tab Hunter, a movie actor of the time. Sunny James, a country singer, had it out, too. Ms Gore came much later. In those days, many performers would cover a song with some success.

  9. elgancho38 commented on Gasoline Alley 3 months ago

    It will be interesting how this story line develops. Boog will probably do something to help Jimmy get his wish.

    As far as the ads go, they’re annoying, but they pay the bills so we can get GA free. The big one on the left has a small “Close Tab.” button at the far upper right. You may have to shrink your screen (Control -) to find it. Then you can Control + it back to your desired size.

  10. elgancho38 commented on Gasoline Alley 4 months ago

    Red Sovine could do the tear jerkers very well.