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The Flying McCoys by Glenn McCoy and Gary McCoy

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  1. greenearthman commented on Luann 8 days ago

    Whoa! For a dumb jock, this guy has real game. You have to give every one a try. True 40 years ago. Surely still true.

  2. greenearthman commented on Tom the Dancing Bug 30 days ago

    Oh! You mean “Father” Smith. Yeah. What could go wrong?

  3. greenearthman commented on Jane's World 30 days ago

    Don’t need one now, but about 50 years ago I could have appreciated the power of the rock. Infinite pleasure, indefinitely prolonged-kundalini!

  4. greenearthman commented on Beardo 30 days ago

    “My Old Man.” Great song by a young Joni, but who knows which “old man?” We all “Change(d) Partners” fairly regularly back then.

  5. greenearthman commented on Tarzan about 1 month ago

    I suspect “Ma’amu shall not go hungry this night!” but with a slight change to the menu.

  6. greenearthman commented on Tarzan about 1 month ago

    Sounds like a plan. You may well have hit it. And speaking of hitting it, somehow, I suspect she may choose the crocodile.

  7. greenearthman commented on Trivquiz about 1 month ago

    I didn’t see the other two, but I remember her from the Riddick. She was the villainess opposite hero, Vin Diesel. She looks caucasian in this drawing but is beautifully mixed-race, I believe, as was Sally Hemmings.

  8. greenearthman commented on Angry Little Girls about 1 month ago

    I’ve always thought the most intelligent women-men too-were the best. And they are frequently, justifiably, angry.

  9. greenearthman commented on Angry Little Girls about 1 month ago

    Quite right. Easy enough to turn that on it’s head, too, and blame any group for any thing. Isn’t multiculturism great? And I love Lela’s Angry Little Girls!

  10. greenearthman commented on Mutt & Jeff about 1 month ago

    I wish these stips had an easily readable originally published date on them. There may be in that tiny print, but if I enlarge it the resolution suffers. I love M&J, though. Guess it must be great art-it’s timeless.