FoxTrot Classics by Bill Amend for June 25, 2010


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    Vista Bill Raley and Comet™  over 9 years ago

    I told you! Roger *is* in the Twilight Zone!

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    hawgowar  over 9 years ago

    I’ve had to stop at Bangor for refueling more than once on overseas flights. It is a deserted crossroads in the middle of winter in the wilderness.

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    Rakkav  over 9 years ago

    What is it with this airline? Did someone consider it too big to fail?

    (No politics intended, friends, but even in Toontown there has to be some corollary of Cartoon Physics that makes the economic survival of this airborne disaster area plausible!)_

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    ses1066  over 9 years ago

    At this rate I would be looking for the Sydney Opera House sometime later. Hey Roger, a word of advice if you EVER get to Boston, “Stay off of the MTA”! (Remember the song of the “Man who never returned”)? Your luck is rancid!

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    lakita_lover  over 9 years ago

    As an American student studying in Germany, these comics are really making me dread my flight home.

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    xangatom  over 9 years ago

    I don’t remember the Foxs being from Chicago … or even Illinois.

    I know, I know

    Let the lambasting begin!

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    Constantinepaleologos  over 9 years ago

    Most idiotic airline on the planet.

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    poohbear8192  over 9 years ago

    Did he ever return? No he never returned And his fate is still unlearned He may ride [he may ride] for ever neath the streets of Boston* He’s the man who never returned.

    *(Over every point in the universe)

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    runar  over 9 years ago

    He’s flying ConServative Airlines. All their planes have two right wings so they can only go in circles and land in red states.

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  over 9 years ago

    Oh, no. They re-scheduled again while in mid-flight?! Will Roger ever get to his business trip?! Or even home for that matter?

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    dflak  over 9 years ago

    Well, at least they haven’t overflown their destination by a couple of hundred miles … yet.

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    josh_bisbee  over 9 years ago

    He must be flying Northwest

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    treBsdrawkcaB  over 9 years ago

    comixavier - I think that the pilot is just lost or taking the LONG way around (via Hawaii, Asia and Europe).

    Roger should’a walked!

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    WallyCuppaJoe  over 9 years ago

    I think I might have flown with this pilot in the late 60’s. I was in the Air Force stationed in Northern Michigan. I caught a hop on an Air Force plane to California via Texas. He came over the intercom and told us to look out the windows as we were flying over the Grand Canyon. Five minutes later he told us to look out as we were now flying over the Grand Canyon. Made me feel pretty safe about making it to California.

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    runar  over 9 years ago

    treBsdrawkcaB - can’t take a joke. Too much political indoctrination.

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    mrprongs  over 9 years ago

    If you fly out to sea, hope for a smokeless island.

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  17. Cathy aack  over 9 years ago

    I’ve been on the Washington to Detroit via Chicago red-eye special. My friends drove and beat me home.

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    Rakkav  over 9 years ago

    What about Progressive Airlines? You know, the ones with two left wings, yada yada yada…

    Oh, but of course. No political party ever sees its own faults. That’s why I don’t get involved in politics.

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    callak  over 9 years ago

    Wait, would they even have the fuel to fly like that? lol

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