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  1. waykirk1 GoComics Pro Member commented on Pluggers 2 days ago

    Don’t I know it and I am only 71+.

    The old Sarge who was once the young Sarge many moons ago.

  2. waykirk1 GoComics Pro Member commented on Gray Matters 2 days ago

    That was long before the time of the Old Sarge.

    I liked Annette and rushed home from school to see her on the Mickey Mouse Show. RIP Annette Funicello.

  3. waykirk1 GoComics Pro Member commented on The Meaning of Lila 2 days ago

    Tar.

    Thank you for your input.

    Sorry for the victim. Typical Army response. I think that I have heard this somewhere else before, but I hope not.

    The old Sarge.

  4. waykirk1 GoComics Pro Member commented on PC and Pixel 2 days ago

    Jo, Thanks for the note.

    I smoke my delicious cigars in my man cave with a fan nearby to blow out the smoke mostly during the Washington Professional Football Team losses.

    Too bad, I met most of the team during their successful days many moons ago.

    John Riggins was a jerk at the time and still is.

    What can you do? Got a Light? LOL part 2.

    The old Sarge

    I don’t have many sins but cigars are one. Only two a day. Please put up with me as well as my lovey wife of 39 years has. AND she is a public health professional.

  5. waykirk1 GoComics Pro Member commented on Ham Shears 3 days ago

    Thanks for running this toon again.

    I enjoyed it the first time as well.

    The old Sarge.

  6. waykirk1 GoComics Pro Member commented on Bliss 3 days ago

    Me too. What a nut case.

    The old Sarge.

  7. waykirk1 GoComics Pro Member commented on Cornered 6 days ago

    My 100 pound GSD loves to give the squirrels a cardiac workout in our back yard. She just cant catch them. Tree rats.

    The old dog loving Sarge

  8. waykirk1 GoComics Pro Member commented on Birdbrains 6 days ago

    In the sixties, I sold life insurance. You could buy what was called weekly premium insurance for a dime or a quarter and the agent would collect the premium every week during his house call. It was called a debit. I had a debit in Alexandria and another one in Leesburg thirty miles away.

    I finally had to get out of the insurance biz and get another job when I had to pay off a policy on a young kid. I was an honored guest in the departed’s home with a $500 check. Hurt my heart. for a long time.

    That was a way of life in those olden days of yesteryear.

    On another note, after the riots in DC in 1968, I was collecting premiums in the run down part of Alexandria, VA, when a gentlemen said “Mr. Insurance man, you better get yourself a big dog to work down here.”

    I didn’t need a gig dog. I had my .38 snub nose on the floor of my car. I was not afraid of anything when I was young and stupid.

    $135 a week. And a fishing pole if you were the agent of the week.

    When I was a private in the Army, it was a $135 a month minus your savings bond (mandatory), and a class Q allotment back to my wife at the time. I must have made ten cents an hour for my service of seventy hours a week.

    Later, and before I was drafted at age 26, I finally got myself and my band out of town and on the road and never looked back at The Life and Casualty Insurance Company of Tennessee and collecting nickles and dimes.

    The old Sarge who had done a few things over the years.

  9. waykirk1 GoComics Pro Member commented on PC and Pixel 7 days ago

    Prof,

    There are a a bunch of websites that prisoners can contact women who must be desperate for that kind of person.

    I wont list them here to give them any publicity.

    Strange and weird.

    The old Sarge

  10. waykirk1 GoComics Pro Member commented on Farcus 11 days ago

    What the heck is FLAC and how do I do that?

    Any advice is appreciated.

    We do use a hard drive back up for routine use once a month.

    The old and now obviously out of touch Sarge.