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Doonesbury for July 07, 2014

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    BE THIS GUY GC Insider over 4 years ago

    Joanie, don’t go there.

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    David Huie Green  over 4 years ago

    “I ate yesterday, but I could eat again.”

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    Mike31g  over 4 years ago

    Meet Andy Lippincott. One of the half dozen characters to have passed away during the 40 years of Doonesbury.

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    nate3766  over 4 years ago

    I really can’t remember him …possible the original drawing of him is the problem..Is this the character that passed away because of AIDS…do remember that series..very moving at the time ..as so much of this strip has been..why so piopuler over the decades..

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    mourdac GC Insider over 4 years ago

    @stcleve: very astute observation.

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    Kip W  over 4 years ago

    Among Others by Jo Walton explores two versions of our timeline. Neither one is what happened for us, but both feel real and shed a light on where things could have gone with the smallest change to prompt them.

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    Buzza Wuzza  over 4 years ago

    the great american comic strip

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    Michael W. Barr GC Insider over 4 years ago

    Is Joanie coming on to John Kerry? Or was he still in Vietnam in those days?

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    Eggman61  over 4 years ago

    Pretty sure Chase has not died. I’m wondering about Alice, though.

    Duke died, but he didn’t stay dead. He came back as a zombie.

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    ckeller  over 4 years ago

    Good old Gary Trudeau – he wrote a gay character before it became Hollywood-trendy.

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    ckeller  over 4 years ago

    @Night-Gaunt49 – Not a part of reality that everyone was willing to write about in the 70’s. And certainly not as a normal person (Clyde: I hear you’re gay. Andy: Well, I hear you’re black. Clyde: Well, that’s normal! Andy: Didn’t use to be) rather than some sort of flamboyant stereotype.

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