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Gil Thorp by Neal Rubin and Rod Whigham

Gil Thorp

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  1. HooDad commented on Gil Thorp 3 days ago

    I think only we Skins fans will get your P1 comment.

  2. HooDad commented on Gil Thorp 6 days ago

    Or I guess Milford could be in Canada and it’s actually six rouges. And yes, I am replying to myself. This site needs an editing feature.

  3. HooDad commented on Gil Thorp 6 days ago

    So is Milford’s kicker so good that he’s made two field goals or so bad that he’s missed an extra point, or neither and the defense has three safeties?

  4. HooDad commented on Gil Thorp 22 days ago

    Well, Tru(e) is off to college and Gil doesn’t say Boo, we will. Here’s to Tru(e), who dominated this strip like few (if any) others have. He first appeared on July 2, 2014 and made what is probably his last appearance on September 3, 2016. That’s two years and 65 days of being a main character in the strip (with basketball seasons off to rest, of course, though I’m sure he could have been a start on the court as well). We will tru(e)ly miss you and will faithfully follow your career at Wake.

  5. HooDad commented on Gil Thorp about 1 month ago

    Hey, you used Hoo and Dad in the same sentence. As Maynard G. Krebs used to say, “You rang?”

  6. HooDad commented on Gil Thorp 2 months ago

    WTF? In what locker room would someone say “heck” instead of “hell” or something more, um, forceful?

  7. HooDad commented on Gil Thorp 3 months ago

    Is this the last we’ll see of Tru(e)? if so, he had quite a run. He first appeared on July 2, 2014, so that would make it 743 real days (2 years, 12 days for the math challenged) that he’s been in our lives. Not sure what that is in MIlford time since our Thursday is their Monday, but it has to be close to that since he first appeared in the summer when the football team was about to start 7 on 7s. We’re not quite back to that in Milford, but it should be close.

  8. HooDad commented on Gil Thorp 3 months ago

    So I’m in Ted’s Bulletin on Saturday night — great milk shakes; if you haven’t tried them, do — and they’ve got TVs on the walls showing 50s and 60s shows. Leave it to Beaver came on and took me back in time to when I thought that was the best show on the air. It made me appreciate your reference to Ward Cleaver.

  9. HooDad commented on Gil Thorp 3 months ago

    I started to read Gil Thorp because it was about sports, not for the life lessons. I only appreciated those later as an adult.

  10. HooDad commented on Gil Thorp 3 months ago

    M.C. Escher designed the staircases.