It’s the middle of the game, and she’s already been up to bat 5 times. So some of the Charlie Brown team must have reached base. And if so, why didn’t they score when she homered five times? Did they miss stepping on a base?
Pete Rose was banned for betting on games he was involved in. The book “Shoeless” offers proof that Joe Jackson knew exactly what he was doing in the 1919 World Series. He wasn’t a country boy taken in by the big city gamblers. Their superior talent makes it tragic that they have to be kept out. Ty Cobb and Babe Ruth were not nice men, but neither gambled on the game. (Or did Cobb get down a bet or two? There is some possibility.)
Toledo, Ohio is great! There’s the art museum just for starters.
Is the strip giving a shout-out to Abbot and Costello? Bud, the garage man, even bears a resemblance to Bud Abbot.
Will one of the British fans please translate “skewwhiff” into American?
Given everything that’s happened in schools, this one is no longer funny. I wish we could turn the clock back when it comes to school violence, but we can’t.
The real sign of the end times will be when the Indians win the World Series and the Browns win the Super Bowl in the same year.
Fun, but illegible.
Horace traces with his right hoof and throws with his left. What’s the word for that – ambihooferous?
…and nine days until Al Kaline’s birthday!