@JPuzzleWhiz You called it! Way to go.
“Ding”, 51 years ago today in the Alley:
I keep getting other people’s sodas!
Loving it up down the aisle.
How did her eye glasses end up in his shopping bag?
HE FOUND THE GLASSES!
Good it all ends well.
The Beastley Sisters are ready for their unveiling at the Rayo Clinic, and while Daphne Dimples has been nowhere near this plot where all the dangerous work was done, she insists on coming to cover the big event.
Beauty. It’s in the… Eye of the Beholder.
BSR: January 7, 1945 – https://i.imgur.com/8ujoxo0.jpg
Now a romance between glasses owner and finder (~2weeks).
Marshal Rick’s idea works out and the shootout is off. It appears that his “identical cousin” Shamus is safe for at least a while.
ROS: July 10-14, 1960 – https://i.imgur.com/7B9UIzU.jpg
Time Tunnel watch: While you can trace an English version back to 1830, The first United States patent for a simple reel mower was granted to Amariah Hills of Connecticut in 1868. Just two years later in 1870, Elwood McGuire, a Richmond, Indiana native, designed a push mower for the masses. The lighter, simpler machine was a huge hit.
Oh, Oh! Get ready for “boy meets girl”!
I just read some bad news in my real newspaper. And I read it in the online edition because a year ago next week they quit delivering paper editions on Saturday. While they didn’t list the changes, on Monday, the comics pages change. I wouldn’t be so concerned except I always save a week’s worth and read them the following Monday. Any strips that are in Comics Kingdom are blocked after a week. I have to remember to look at Monday’s comics on Monday and THEN make sure I read any additional strips each day. On the other hand, some strips I read online might be in the actual paper. It won’t make a difference if I read the strips for the comments. But if the newspaper adds any strips I just read and don’t look at comments for, that will save me some time.
as we used to say in the army this whole thing is a GNDN it goes nowhere does nothing