Back to B.C. by Johnny Hart for February 18, 2021


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    Mordock999 Premium Member 3 months ago


    NOW We want to see you “rotate” that “tire!”

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    gammaguy  3 months ago

    Spare me!

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    Tra1nman2 Premium Member 3 months ago

    Every “driver” should know how to change a tire — even if it’s made of stone.

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    cracker65  3 months ago

    Now that’s comic magic.

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    Zebrastripes  3 months ago

    I’m never at a loss for replacing my wheel…..

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    Windfall35  3 months ago

    Love to see how he first fabricates his iron chisels….

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    The Pro from Dover  3 months ago

    Air brakes

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    Michael G.  3 months ago

    R&D is important.

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    sandpiper  3 months ago

    See a problem, solve a problem. Very practical.

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    Gale Premium Member 3 months ago

    Segway, from ‘B.C.’! Or 1963. But not 1963 B.C.!! >B^D

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    ChessPirate  3 months ago

    Now he doesn’t have to lug his nuts… (I hope that isn’t “over the line”) ☺

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    Daffer   3 months ago

    First lier doesn’t stand a chance. ;=]

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    b.john71  3 months ago

    Cartoon physics at its finest

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    ron  3 months ago

    What? No jack under the axel?

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    JesseLouisMartinez  3 months ago

    So that’s how they fixed a flat tire in those days

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    Craig Westlake  3 months ago

    I’ve heard of the “Indian Rope Trick”, but the “Levitating Log” is a new one on me…

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    mistercatworks  3 months ago

    It’s hanging from a skyhook, that’s how.

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    paullp Premium Member 3 months ago

    I’m pretty sure Fred Flintstone chiseled a spare tire for his car on at least one occasion (in fact, I think I remember that he and Barney once made a new body for Barney’s car, out of a log).

    Love the floating axle.

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    Sir Uncle Rat69  3 months ago

    If he only had used an all weather wheel this would not have happened.

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    Boise Ed Premium Member 3 months ago

    An antigrav axle?

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