I’ve just been through an all night ice storm watching as 4/10 of an inch of ice built up on the trees and the row of icicles on the power lines got longer and longer while listening to the neighbor’s tree come crashing down piece by piece. The lights flickered too many times to count, but so far, the power has stayed on. There are close to 20,000 without power in the vicinity. The temps are finally going above freezing. I hope the power continues to stay on!
Somebody has to stay behind to report the news.
The only thing missing is a little drool.
Chances are that like me, you’re a “whole to part” learner.
Of course it had nothing to do with the reclining front seats;)
Not nearly as much attitude as Granny Sourpuss. She makes Baba seem downright cheerful.
My dad traded in our ‘57 Chevy for it because it had an automatic transmission. He thought it would be easier for me to drive because the Chevy had a standard transmission. You can guess which car I’d rather have now.
When this strip originally appeared, it was the 150th BCN strip.
Just as nobody took Lupin seriously when he claimed to be a good boy. They’re all good boys. Some are just gooder than others.
My first car was a Nash Rambler station wagon, white with a red roof and red faux leather interior.