Andy Capp by Reg Smythe for April 14, 2021

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  4 months ago

    {shaking head in disappointment} Andy, you never learn

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    charliefarmrhere  4 months ago

    Deja Vu all over again?

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    ƹʅɗʘ  "In a Capp Shul" ɗ'ʘraɗʘ  4 months ago

    ! Andy’s betting Days are far from finished.

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    ronaldspence  4 months ago

    He should have seen that coming, but then all his problems come from behavior that was costly in the past and offered a predictable future!

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    Jayalexander  4 months ago

    Andy made the bet because he missed the prequele. It’s all about binge watching if you want stay current in you abundant free time.

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    rshive  4 months ago

    Flo hits the point. And, sadly, Andy realizes it.

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    scote1379 Premium Member 4 months ago

    Because "ISOSLOW HANOVER was scratched in that race ?

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    j.l.farmer  4 months ago

    maybe it won it’s last race so he thought it would win this one.

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    Carl Rennhack Premium Member 4 months ago

    Recently I wanted to bet a daily double of Poison Ivy and Strawberry Rash, but they were both scratched!

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    christelisbetty  4 months ago

    Andy’s hindsight consists of seeing his pick’s hind end coming in last.

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    Cincoflex  4 months ago

    Man, I thought the horse’s name was Flippin’ Nag!

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    awcoffman  4 months ago

    But the only way to make big money at the track is to bet on the long shot, right?

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    Linguist  4 months ago

    “Goin’ to run all night

    Goin’ to run all day

    I bet my money on a bob-tailed nag

    Somebody bet on the gray”

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    Lightpainter  4 months ago

    Andy will probably bet on that same horse in the future.

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    cuzinron47  4 months ago

    I think that’s why Flo keeps him around, she know what horses not to bet on.

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    thelost wizard  4 months ago

    It seemed to Andy that he had bet on this horse before.

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    zarilla  4 months ago

    I think it’s pretty much become “deja vu all over again” thanks to Yogi.

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    kathleenhicks62  4 months ago

    I think she got him there.

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    Scott S  4 months ago

    At its last workout Andy’s horse was timed with a calendar instead of a stopwatch.

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    Number Three  4 months ago

    Over here the Grand National recently took place which is a big horse racing event that takes place every year. My cousin won £68 because he backed the winning horse. It was also the first Grand National to be won by a woman.


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    Number Three  4 months ago


    Hi Affie,

    Yes I have had those episodes. I couldn’t figure out whether it was a vivid dream or whether it really happened.

    Today has been a much better day (weather wise) than yesterday. Should have waited until today to visit the beach. Never mind. If my friend from school wants to meet up this Friday then we will be heading to the beach as well. Not the same one.

    Stay safe, stay well and stay happy, pal. Are you feeling any more “free” yet after having your COVID shots?

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    MartinPerry1  4 months ago

    Flo has to realize that to make the most out of a bet, you have to bet on a long shot. Naturally, most long shots are just in there to fill out field and Andy should know this. The skill is in finding those long shots that have a good chance of at least showing.

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    tad1  4 months ago

    Next, Andy will bet on a horse named “Here WE Go Again.”

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