Frank and Ernest by Thaves for November 19, 2016

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    Richard S Russell Premium Member almost 6 years ago

    Early exploits of Wells Fargo.

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    WOODNFLINT  almost 6 years ago

    You’re lucky that’s all they got you for……

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    chris_weaver  almost 6 years ago

    But at least you’ve been approved.

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    scopemaker  almost 6 years ago

    With your money, WE’LL GO FAR.

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    neverenoughgold  almost 6 years ago

    Well, this will be newsworthy…

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    ChazNCenTex Premium Member almost 6 years ago

    Obviously he tried to rob Wells Fargo. They’re far better thieves than he’ll ever be.

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    amxchester  almost 6 years ago

    Is Frank standing on a spittoon?

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    Max Starman Jones  almost 6 years ago

    Ha! I thought I was going to make a great “Wells Fargo” joke, but it appears everybody in the world beat me to it. Their reputation precedes them! Thanks for all the jokes, all you who were quicker on the draw than I was. Wait a minute…

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    hippogriff  almost 6 years ago

    Back in the’ ‘50s, a new bank was opening, with the inducement of no charges even if a (rather small) minimum were maintained. Through five different acquisitions, we are still part of the liabilities new owners take on when buying. That is now Wells Fargo. We keep only the minimum in the account and deposit enough to cover any checks we write. Because of the original agreement, they can’t cancel or charge us. Our way of fighting that part of the fight.

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    wiatr Premium Member almost 6 years ago

    Oddly, this strip was in yesterday’s paper here. This strip has been giving me flashes of déja vu all week.

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    Sailor46 USN 65-95  almost 6 years ago

    Talk about Karma!!

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