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Gasoline Alley by Jim Scancarelli for November 12, 2019

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    AnyFace  3 months ago
    The Arcadia was one of Captain Harlock’s ships. ✨
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    Celarius Premium Member 3 months ago

    T Bone is a WWII veteran - wonder if he was a ship cook?

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    nerdhoof  3 months ago

    “I see by your outfit that you are a cowboy…”

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    Auntie Socialist  3 months ago

    She’s distantly related to Popeye

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    StuDolgon  3 months ago

    Doc thought he had a sale, 100 years ago today in GA: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EJK-J2QWoAAlsaU?format=jpg

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    rootmachine666  3 months ago

    Where’s she from? I’m guessing Alcatraz or Leavenworth.

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    battle of plattsburgh  3 months ago

    The colorist, made an error on the front of her shirt in the first panel; unless we interrupted something.

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    tcayer  3 months ago

    One of their tattoos is upside down!

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    Russell Bedford  3 months ago

    USS Arcadia was one of four Klondike-class destroyer tenders built at the tail end of World War II for the United States Navy, and the third U.S. Naval vessel to bear that name. Destroyer tenders were typically named after U.S. National Parks. However the destroyer tender AD-23 was apparently misnamed Arcadia in an effort to commemorate Acadia National Park in Maine. Arcadia was laid down on 6 March 1944 at Los Angeles Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, San Pedro, California; launched on 19 November; sponsored by the widow of Captain Edward L. Beach; fitted out at Terminal Island, San Pedro, California; and commissioned on 13 September 1945 with Capt. James M. Connally in command.

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    jlb99  3 months ago

    Wow, I served on that ship in 1963-4.

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