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  1. Paul1963 commented on Dick Tracy 22 days ago

    I’m surprised the wrist wizards don’t have stainless bodies and backs. I used to have a problem with irritation from watches with diecast bodies, which would pit and corrode from contact with sweat, sunscreen, bug spray, etc. When I got one with a stainless body and back (it’s actually a diving watch), no more problems.
    (And then the battery died, and I now use my phone to see what time it is).

  2. Paul1963 commented on Gasoline Alley 22 days ago

    Um, taking the anthropomorphism a tad far here…

  3. Paul1963 commented on Doonesbury about 1 month ago

    This batch of reprints is fascinating. I don’t recall ever seeing this sequence before. I know the reprint collections were never all-inclusive, but I’d always thought we’d first met Duke (with his ever-present shades, conspicuously absent here) in his office, “Killing bats with my ruler! BIG ones, too!”

  4. Paul1963 commented on Gasoline Alley 3 months ago

    Skeezix better get to “I know, Wallet—one long an’ two short rings” FAST.

  5. Paul1963 commented on Dick Tracy 3 months ago

    Avoid him, Mysta, he’s a tool!

  6. Paul1963 commented on Dick Tracy 4 months ago

    Good grief, this tool was Sparkle’s first husband.

  7. Paul1963 commented on Dick Tracy 4 months ago

    I really like the way Mike and Joe are reaching into the strip’s long history for storylines. This strip has really developed a huge cast over its 82 years.

  8. Paul1963 commented on Gasoline Alley 5 months ago

    93-year-old man, his 116-year-old parent and the parent’s caregiver vs. a mob. This can’t end well.

  9. Paul1963 commented on Dick Tracy 5 months ago

    Are…are they Skyping AND talking on handhelds at the same time?!

  10. Paul1963 commented on Dick Tracy 6 months ago

    Lillian Gish wrote an excellent autobiography called “The Movies, Mr. Griffith and Me.” Don’t know if it’s still in print (I read it 30 years ago), but it’s worth a read. Dorothy died in 1968, but Lillian lived until 1993, passing just a few months short of her 100th birthday (many sources listed her birth year as 1896, but her birth certificate surfaced in the late ‘80s and it showed 1893).
    Lillian’s last film was in the mid-1980s!