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Broom Hilda by Russell Myers for October 22, 2020

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    wldhrsy2luv  3 months ago

    Just like the go comics pages. Only every one is updated!

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    jagedlo  3 months ago

    I’d walk if I were you, Gaylord!

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    shamino  3 months ago

    I’ve actually used the term semi-automatic to refer to my car’s transmission’s “sport shift” mode. You have to move the lever to change gears, but there’s no clutch.

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    awcoffman  3 months ago

    The PowerFlite automatic transmissions in Plymouths of that vintage only had 2 forward speeds. My grandfather owned one. The shift lever was on the dashboard instead of on the steering column. Right after that they came up with the pushbutton shifter (also on the dashboard).

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    Sisyphos  3 months ago

    Sounds just like a ‘56 Plymouth. Wasn’t that the era of push-button transmission, as I seem to recall from my adventures in a similar vehicle?

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    bobfjr  3 months ago

    I learned to drive in a ’52 Plymouth with “Fluid Drive”, I think it was also called a “semi-automatic”…

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    xrilander  3 months ago

    Is that Christine she`s driving?

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    gammaguy  3 months ago

    It’s “semi”-automatic. It’s an automatic that was taken from an 18-wheeler.

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