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  1. 436rge commented on Gasoline Alley 1 day ago

    For those who long for the old G.A. without singing mice and talking parrots but with people try to Google ilovecomix.

  2. 436rge commented on Gasoline Alley 10 days ago

    I always wondered about the ages of Joel and Rufus. I think Jim wants to keep them “ageless” on purpose to continue to supply the folksy humor that he has imbued the strip with for so many years. Having them pass away would be unthinkable so they continue on. We are not to think of it since it is Jim’s business so just enjoy the jokes.

  3. 436rge commented on Gasoline Alley 23 days ago

    When Frank King started GA his Sunday’s always were one panel.

  4. 436rge commented on Gasoline Alley 29 days ago

    What was happending in GA during Jim’s birthday back in 8/24/41? Skeezix and his friend Tops (a guy who looks like a young Slim) were trying to pick up dates.

  5. 436rge commented on Gasoline Alley 30 days ago

    Today on August 24, 1919 GA became a daily every day strip. Prior to since November 1918 it ran only Sundays.

  6. 436rge commented on Dick Tracy about 1 month ago

    Now they’re bringing in Terry and the Pirates? Oy vey! Keep Dick Tracy as Dick Tracy pure and simple. Enough of the bringing in the whole “mishpuha”. I’m finding it annoying now.

  7. 436rge commented on Gasoline Alley 2 months ago

    Frank King would have had a full 12 paneled page to present his circus and made a one page big top.

  8. 436rge commented on Gasoline Alley 3 months ago

    Jim’s satire of a cans ad for a local supermarket is “Cancatstic”

  9. 436rge commented on Gasoline Alley 3 months ago

    Sun of a gum!

  10. 436rge commented on Gasoline Alley 3 months ago

    Will Jim repeat a smaller version of Sunday’s tomorrow?