Ah, you history buffs! I shoulda known July 4 wasn’t the country’s actual birthday. But July 4 works. The next thing you’ll say is we ought to read a little more American history…so we’ll know the country has been divided before and yet, it survived.
Funny how? Means absolutely nothing to me.
I don’t know who said it but George Carlin would have liked it!
Never heard that one before. Must file it away.
Well, I liked it!
Congratulations. You can always find an old “set” of the entire series somewhere on line. An alternative (if you own a Kindle), is to download them from the Internet Archive. It’s surprising how much was edited out to make them more suitable for children. When you read the unexpurgated versions, it’s like turning on a light. Personally, I think these are the greatest adventure stories anyone ever wrote.
Does Denmark have a few million “undocumented” immigrants?
There is a second volume you might also enjoy. It’s called “Twenty Years After.” It’s hard to believe these novels are 150 years old but still widely read.
Since it’s too small to read, I didn’t realized it was a mirror image. Anyhow, to use the magnifier, press the Windows key and the plus key on your keyboard. After you’re done reading the strip, press the Windows key and the Esc key. This assumes you’re using Windows 11.
I should have known! Thanks for the info – that was interesting.