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  1. over 12 years ago on Bloom County

    The best venue for submarine race watching was in the back of a ‘51 Pontiac hearse I had in the mid ’60s. It sure rode smooth too.

  2. over 12 years ago on Mutt & Jeff

    That’s about where we were with the housing market. And people were getting loans.

    1940 my mother made about $20 per week and kept most of it.

  3. over 12 years ago on One Big Happy

    Add “nurf-nurf” Swedish for “oink oink”

    There is a farm in Indiana that has 450,000 / year visit. for many farm animals are just as exotic as those in a zoo.

  4. over 12 years ago on Pickles

    My wife & I have been doing this for decades

  5. almost 13 years ago on Mutt & Jeff

    Old joke- Benny Hill did it as: . “What do you call a man that marries another man.” . . “A Vicar”

  6. almost 13 years ago on For Better or For Worse

    Just started PERN series again. Up to “The Crossing” in Dragon’s Dawn.

    NFP is effective if there is 100% abstinence. So there is a faction out there that says “abstinence before marriage and abstinence after marriage.”

    I do miss Erma

  7. almost 13 years ago on MythTickle

    I hate losing an argument when I argue with myself

  8. almost 13 years ago on For Better or For Worse

    We had a dog that would roll in cow pies just after we gave her a bath.

  9. almost 13 years ago on Mutt & Jeff

    1960 I worked at a riding stable 6AM to 8PM for $25 per week + room & board. Then I went to work for Uncle Sam 24 hours a day for $60 a month.

    During the 30’s $1 a day for 10 hours was not unusual

  10. almost 13 years ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    One of my best memories is putting together a model of Indian Point Nuclear Generating plant with my Dad when I was about 12. It was a present from Santa. After Christmas dinner we started, with my brother, and worked all day and through the night and finished about 7AM the next day. Priceless memories. Wonder to where that got off.

    2140 CDT