My great-grandmother’s younger sister – age 15 – was one of eight killed (49 injured) when a boiler exploded at a laundry company in Chicago in 1901. The news was horrific then, and remains so today.
And of course, Rover is handsome as ever in his winter coat.
How much are those cigars costing you, Walt?!?
There are many variations of that theory. The one I heard “back in the day” was to tie your wedding ring to a string and hold it over the belly. I guess these were all the precursors of “reveal parties.”
And he’s really in trouble if there happens to be a lizard on that rock.
So what has happened here? The store has burned down around the proprietor and the customer while they were discussing an order of bread and butter? Someone help me out; I think I must be missing something.
and @Hoosier Poet and @Night-Gaunt49 and @davidf42 – If viewing on a desktop computer, hold down the control (ctrl) key and hit the “plus” key as many times as you want to increase size of image on screen. And when I read these comics on my phone, of course, zooming in is an option there as well.
I stumbled through two years of Spanish. Actually took Spanish I twice; once in junior high for no credit, then again in high school for credit. Wish I’d taken it more seriously but at the time, there were no opportunities to practice and whatever little I learned faded away in time. I could actually use it now.
Wow! That’s taking a ride in the Wayback Machine! Give it up for some BuffaLove!
How ’bout them Bills!?!?