There ought to be a Pulitzer prize for a cartoonist who can get archaic English right. The “eth” or “th” instead of “s” applieth to the third person singular. I do, thou doest, she doth.
The judge will let him off because he’s a parson – had to park there to visit an invalid parishioner.
Where I come from T-Ball is for kids half Ginger’s age.
It’s usually the deepest part of the playground.
It’s not so odd if you know the history. The Canadian $1 bill was replaced by a coin with an image of a loon on the reverse, which came to be called a loonie (not “loony”). A few years later the $2 bill (not “bad luck” in most of Canada) was withdrawn in favour of a $2 coin which some wag dubbed the “toonie”. That coin has a polar bear on the reverse and, like all Canadian coins, an image of the Queen on the obverse. That’s right – the toonie portrays the Queen with a bear behind.
I think GreasyOldTam was advising Caulfield on how to get back on track.
We have 3/4 of a 4 colour process: black is missing.
For Toni, Greg and others who have trouble with the concept, try simple English:
The difference between an uncle by blood and one by marriage is that the latter relationship may technically be dissolved by death or marriage break-up, but that technicality is widely ignored.
Cynthia will choose Barney’s nursing home.
It’s a ‘51. As others have pointed out, most if not all parts are available – the best idea is to join an owners’ club. Some member will have it or know where to get it.