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  1. Wootietoot commented on Alley Oop about 2 hours ago

    That was actually a paraphrase of the title of a 1969 Firesign Theater album “How Can You Be In Two Places At Once When You’re Not Anywhere At All”

  2. Wootietoot commented on Alley Oop about 2 hours ago

    Great comment of a ‘comic’ paradox…
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    Not to mention what is Doc’s modern lab doing there back in 1942? Do you think all these time anomalies may result in a nuclear fusion and the whole Oop world collapse into a dwarf star? lol

  3. Wootietoot commented on Alley Oop about 3 hours ago

    Especially when Oop was, at that time, fighting the Japanese in the Pacific. How can you be at two places at once when you’re nowhere at all?

  4. Wootietoot commented on Alley Oop about 3 hours ago

    This time issue will really mess with Oscar and Doc’s head…

  5. Wootietoot commented on Alley Oop about 3 hours ago

    Ah well, so Carole at least remembers this timeline issue.lol

  6. Wootietoot commented on Alley Oop about 6 hours ago

    . Especially the
    always travel with a experienced time traveler. The only
    truly experienced time traveler is Alley.
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    That’s true, since the whole time machine deal where Oop was brought from the past first appeared in the strip on April 9, 1939, barely 3 years before this 1942 time frame.

  7. Wootietoot commented on Alley Oop 1 day ago

    I would think that just having Doc present back in Moo would have changed things. Or when Oop, Guz, Foozy and Oscar captured that Japanese sub during WWII, got captured by some Pac Islanders and were rescued by the US Navy (or Marines) back in 1942 would have registered somewhere in history, if nothing else, for the sailors on the ship that rescued them. But, hey, it’s a comic strip…lol

  8. Wootietoot commented on Alley Oop 1 day ago

    his 1942 self is somewhere else. Where ever Doc sent him last.
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    Actually, Doc had brought him to 1942, but since Oop was riding Dinny at the time, along with Ooola and Foozy, they all got brought to 1942. Oop tried to enlist in the Army but had no birth certificate. They got sent back to Moo, but forgot Dinny. Doc brought Guz, Oop and Foozy to 1942 to retrieve Dinny. They all tried to enlist but since they were from Moo, they were aliens so couldn’t. They briefly used Dinny for a bond drive, riding him with a sign to buy war bonds painted on his side. Now, somehow Oop runs into Oscar Boom, who convinces him, Guz and Foozy to help him hijack a Japanese sub, grounded during low tide. (Dinny is conveniently left out of the narrative from the time Oop ran into Boom and it is never explained where he was)

  9. Wootietoot commented on Alley Oop 2 days ago

    Doc says riding Dinny to Lem for a few days would be a vacation? I think King Tunk of Lem would capture Oop and keep him prisoner, as he has done a few times in the past. Not my idea of a vacation. lol

  10. Wootietoot commented on Alley Oop 2 days ago

    would u believe i’ve been on the internet _since 1999 with the dial up AOL. . . deh ! _
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    Ah! A newbie…lol Started remote logging into a Unix mini around 1985 on a 1200 baud modem then dialup BBS boards somewhere around 1988 or so. Anyone remember The Well from way back?