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  1. Stevero commented on Gasoline Alley 16 days ago

    I hope this is not the end of the story. I hope we get to see Jimmy in the train.

  2. Stevero commented on Gasoline Alley 4 months ago

    Thanks, Old Man Mountain for the reference for Skeezix wedding, which was actually the wedding reception. Do you or anyone else know of any GA family wedding ceremonies? I don’t remember any.

  3. Stevero commented on Gasoline Alley 4 months ago

    I was trying to figure out who the other people are. They are, i believe, Skeezix’ sister Judy, brother and Nina. The year would ave been 1945 or 1946. Am i correct?

  4. Stevero commented on Gasoline Alley 4 months ago

    Yesterday, they had just gotten engaged. Today, it is after the wedding.When Rover and Hoogy got marred, they had eloped. Amanda Lynn’s wedding was aborted. Does anyone know if a wedding was ever shown in GA?

  5. Stevero commented on Gasoline Alley 4 months ago

    In the first panel, he’s speaking in the past tense rather than in the present. Is he really hypnotized?

  6. Stevero commented on Gasoline Alley 5 months ago

    Was Walt’s mother featured in earlier GA strips?

  7. Stevero commented on Gasoline Alley 5 months ago

    But if the seats are reserved, where would they sit?

  8. Stevero commented on Gasoline Alley 7 months ago

    Not the fountain of youth? Just good advice? Drink water, any water to stay youthful?

  9. Stevero commented on Gasoline Alley 7 months ago

    And that’s the explanation that Walt gives for why he has lived so long.Of course, the real reason is that the syndicator will not allow Jim to let him die. Walt is not really all that youthful except for a man his age. A better metaphor might have been eating from the tree of life.

  10. Stevero commented on Gasoline Alley 7 months ago

    Pedro the waiter in a Chinese restaurant?