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  1. elgancho38 commented on Gasoline Alley 8 days ago

    I still say, "Fibber McGee’s " kCloset at thimes Heavenly days.

  2. elgancho38 commented on Gasoline Alley 28 days ago

    “Only you can prevent forest fires.” I haven’t heard any forest fire prevention Public Service Announcements for a long time.

  3. elgancho38 commented on Gasoline Alley about 1 month ago

    If he were going to copy it as an example of a real scrapbook, that’s one thing and would be well worth it. If he were going to submit the copy as his own work. That’s another.

  4. elgancho38 commented on Gasoline Alley 2 months ago

    Happy Thanksgiving to all. This was a delightful arac.

  5. elgancho38 commented on Gasoline Alley 3 months ago

    The trouble with a funereal is that people say nice thing about you but beind dead, you probably won’t be able to hear them.

  6. elgancho38 commented on Gasoline Alley 4 months ago

    Walt’s going to fix the stove by reaming out some stuff that’s blocking a line or something. Us old folks do know what we’re doing sometimes.

  7. elgancho38 commented on Gasoline Alley 4 months ago

    Uncle Walt’s going to fix the stove. Then they will have the fun of sending the new one back.

  8. elgancho38 commented on Gasoline Alley 5 months ago

    I doubt if they can get a 36 inch stove without special ordering it or finding a used one. I don’t think they have been made for at least 30 and possible 50 years. Get ssome 1 × 6 and make a box to fill the hole.

  9. elgancho38 commented on Gasoline Alley 5 months ago

    I may be wrong, but he was on radio shows with Lucille Ball and Joan Davis.One or both got the better of him.

  10. elgancho38 commented on Gasoline Alley 5 months ago

    Skeezi. is smart to measure. We bought a washer a few years ago and found that the new ones were about half an inch wider than the old ones that just fit the space. To make it fit, I had to rip out the sheetrock and put in 1/8 masonite. Ir’s still a tight fit.