Pat Gunn (dachte) wrote,
Pat Gunn
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Commercial Past

When I was young, I used to read the comics page of Cleveland's Newspaper,The Plain Dealer. I recently found a comic site that has what's probablythe majority of the comics I used to read.. I will list what I recall reading,and you, dear reader, are invited to do the same in a reply.

SpidermanBeetle BaileyBlondieCrankshaftDennis the Menacs (I watched the cartoon show too, as well as the acted show)Family CircusFunky WinkerbeanHagar the HorribleMary Worth (sometimes)Sally Forth

There were some other comics that arn't on the site.. but I can't rememberthem now. Maybe Doonesbury, and Far Side.. and Garfield.. there might have beensomething about an old lady and a dog called Grimm too.

I never saw Zippy, but it would've been neat if I had..Same thing with Bizarro...

Ahh, speaking of past, it appears that life moves in strange cycles, and there'sa chance that, with a different cast of characters in every role in my life, itmay be given to me to enter a life choice that is substantially similar in someways to a monumental one I made in the past. If that is the case, I feel myyears-old decision was right, and I would repeat the same in a heartbeat. Itremains to be seen what is to become of things, however, and it would of coursebe to my benefit to slow down the wheel of time to gather more data. Can thatbe done? Is it fair even to try? Yes, I think it is.

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