Arlo and Janis by Jimmy Johnson for February 27, 2023

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    Tyge Premium Member 7 months ago

    Yeah. We’re at that age Arlo. The herd is beginning to thin out.

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    pschearer Premium Member 7 months ago


    Despite knowing the story, I was heartbroken when Raquel’s character died in “The Three Musketeers”.

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    Robin Harwood  7 months ago

    These days I assume that if I’ve heard of someone, they’re dead.

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    John Smith  7 months ago

    Ms Welch was the epitome of femininity, beauty and sexuality for us men coming of age in the 60s and 70s; and as we all matured we realize that she, along with most women, were persons of greater substance and significance to us.

    Hail and farewell to all of our friends that are passing! Time keeps marching relentlessly forward and we are not far behind you.

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    John Smith  7 months ago

    Old aunts used to come up to me at weddings, poke me in the ribs and cackle, telling me, “You’re next.”

    They stopped after I started doing the same thing to them at funerals.

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    Jesy Bertz Premium Member 7 months ago

    What a W-O-M-A-N ! ! !

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    jmworacle  7 months ago

    Racquel Welch looked great in the movie Fathom.

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    Lyrak  7 months ago

    It seems that every day this year so far, a person who was a big part of my youth has died. I almost hate to look at the daily news each morning.

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    SWCarter  7 months ago

    I thought today’s strip was going to be about Janis trapping Arlo. “I agree! She was beautiful! Er, I mean, she was ok.”

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    AnneFackler  7 months ago

    Time, time, timeSee what’s become of me…Hazy Shade of WinterSimon & Garfunkel

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    RedsFan323 Premium Member 7 months ago

    At this point my Apple Music playlist and the obits are difficult to tell apart.

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    derdave969  7 months ago

    While in college myself and a couple other guys were discussing how attractive Raquel was. One of the others opined that she was OK, but had fat elbows (his very words). I couldn’t have told you she had elbows for crying out loud.

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    Egrayjames  7 months ago

    Groucho’s death was overshadowed by the death of Elvis three days earlier, on August 16, 1977. Best joke I remember at the time was the Pope was planning on attending Elvis’ funeral. (Think about the uproar that would have created!)

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    oakie817  7 months ago

    i love the marx bros., even zeppo

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    WaitingMan  7 months ago

    “Hello, I must be going.”, Groucho

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    [Traveler]  7 months ago

    It’s weird being the same age as old people

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    Ignatz Premium Member 7 months ago

    Actually, a lot of us were a little piqued that Groucho’s death didn’t get more attention, since Elvis had also just died. In his early 40s, not his 80s.

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    DawnQuinn1  7 months ago

    It bothers me when I see another name from my graduation list shows up on the obituary list.

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    Thanksfortheinfo2000  7 months ago

    For those needing help, Raquel is the definition of Woman!

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    david_42  7 months ago

    Had a poll, “Are your favorite artists still cool?” One of the answers was not, “Yeah, it’s cool six feet under.”

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    Meg: All Seriousness Aside  7 months ago

    Groucho died?

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    Clotty Peristalt  7 months ago

    First saw her in Bedazzled. Great, classic beauty. Raquel Welsh that is. The film was OK (Peter Cook and Dudley Moore).

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    Grumpy Old Guy  7 months ago

    And yet somehow Keith Richards lives on….

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    ladykat  7 months ago

    It just seems that every day, someone I admired dies. I feel very old when that happens.

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    ATGMer  7 months ago

    I was still alive the day the music died. I went home and baked a pie. You can only guess the flavor.

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    khjalmarj  7 months ago

    OMG! I used to watch “You Bet Your Life” —live, not reruns!—when I was a kid. I guess I’m not long for this world…

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    360guy Premium Member 7 months ago

    I grieved when Groucho died, but even more when he had the stroke.

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    Cozmik Cowboy  7 months ago

    Many a, um, pleasant adolescent moment sparked by the memory of her in her wetsuit in Fantastic Voyage……..

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    assrdood  7 months ago

    And……..Marilyn Monroe didn’t kill herself.

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    Back to Big Mike  7 months ago

    “What a drag it is, getting old.”

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    eced52  7 months ago

    I liked her better in the Magic Christian with Ringo Starr.

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    Sportymonk  7 months ago

    I though Raquel Welch was awesome in Hannie Caulder. Think it also starred Ernest Bourgnine and Robert Culp.

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    David Huie Green LosersBlameOthers&It'sYOURfault  7 months ago

    Groucho never raised the response Raquel did… but other than that…..

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    JessieRandySmithJr.  7 months ago

    My first love was Raquel, at least to an adolescent who saw 1 Million BC.

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    Tina Rhea Premium Member 7 months ago

    She was great in the Musketeer movies. She wasn’t just a bimbo— she really could act! I’m sorry to see that she’s gone.

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    Chuck2Carol Premium Member 7 months ago

    What ever happened to “die”? I’m so tired of hearing [or reading] that people “passed”/“passed away” and other euphemisms. I think I could handle “went to be with the Lord” better than “passed away.” Mercy, this sure pushed MY button…

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    christelisbetty  7 months ago

    …AND that “hellofa band” in Rock and Roll Heaven seems to increase weekly.

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    Night-Gaunt49[Bozo is Boffo]  7 months ago

    Between “1 Million BC” & “Fantastic Voyage” she is memorable for me.

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    Uncle Bob  7 months ago

    Lifelong friends’ lives weren’t that long…

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    JoHo Premium Member 7 months ago

    All of these comments, take me back to the last scene in The Green Mile. “Tom Hanks” speculated that living a long time and watching all your friends and family die, wasn’t such a good thing.

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    Andrew Bosch Premium Member 7 months ago

    To be sure, Groucho didn’t look nearly as good in a bikini as Raquel did.

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