Satellite communications engineer.
Staff to three cats.
Seems mutual. That’s what hugs should be, anyway.
That’s what convinced me not to get an extended warranty for my new microwave. They tell me it’s a magnificent machine, but it’s probably going to die on you.
From what I’m seeing, this man is on the Brink of Death.
Also, it’s sad that this is maybe the earliest Abner comic. It got much better with time and more interesting characters. Maybe Capp family and goComics could both get a little richer if they published new strips. Hint-hint.
I believe it’s because it costs too much. The Capp family sets the price, I’m sure. Probably, it’s not getting enough ads for goComics to afford more.
Tarzan brought his knife today. This is about as dumb as bringing a knife to a gunfight, but he’ll come home sitting atop the beast, who will reach down its trunk and lift the lovely Fawna aboard. This would be a good time for Jane to show up with her elephant gun. I can just hear T saying, “Lemme e’splain.”
If you’re a nearsighted superhero, the least you can do is wear contacts while on the job. Now, how Clark Kent fooled the whole world with a pair of glasses, we’ll never know. It’s better to wear the disguise while you’re working, anyway, like Batman, or the Lone Ranger.
Some damage was done to their rocket, but fortunately they had some spare ribs.
“CHALLENGINGLY” Wow!! I know ERB loved his adverbs, but…this one is a real tongue twister. Tom Swift will have to go to the back of the line. It’s OK, but I think some of his readers might move their lips while they read. None of us, of course…and I’m hoping we don’t carry this comment into politics. I think politics should be done with by now (Said Ray, pleadingly).
…the major contributor being the lead (plumbum) used in their water distribution system.