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Ah, question answered.
Some of them fell into a well?
They shouldn’t call it a phone. That’s what confuses some people.
Red and Rover !
∙•1•∙ That doesn’t look safe!</>
∙•2•∙ Preventative measures.
∙•3•∙ Private call for you.
Can’t stop laughing!!
Foxo Reardon, a great cartoonist who introduced the world to pantomime comic strips and hopefully will continue entertaining readers with Bozo’s antics.
For what it’s worth, I delivered the Minneapolis Star & Tribune briefly in 1953 (I think).
Chalkie and his generous buddy reminded me of an experience I had Thursday night. I was visiting friends on Thanksgiving and planned to drive 80 miles afterwards to stay with other friends. But considering the drinks I’d already had I decided to stay in a nearby cheap motel instead.
This place had an attached pub/pool table room and it was quite lively. I sat at the bar next to a guy that liked to chat and we swapped stories. He turned out to be a local fireman and had lots to say. When he got his second martini he told the barmaid that my beer was on him. I had a second and he had a third, so when I decided to say good night he again said that my beers were on him. No discussion allowed. If I can’t pay him back, I’ll have to pay it forward.
That’s more likely to happen at Red and River. Brian Basset did a lot of WW II tributes like that.