Nancy by Olivia Jaimes for March 02, 2024

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    danketaz Premium Member 3 months ago

    That’s what second childhoods are for.

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    Captain Charlie  3 months ago

    How many times has Nancy’s full name been said? This is the first time I’ve seen it

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    Old Tarf Premium Member 3 months ago

    Nancy was one of the strips I used to hone my newly found reading skill with in the Sunday comics, 65 years ago.

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    wesleylscott1  3 months ago

    In 1933, Nancy Ritz, second grader, found a magic genie lamp on the beach, and wished…for just a little more time…to be a kid…

    91 years later, and the results of this wish is still in effect, seemingly perpetually.

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    Randy Walters  3 months ago

    She looks so wistful there …

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    Rolf Rykken Premium Member 3 months ago

    Good one Olivia! (as usual). :D

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    oakie9531  3 months ago

    I had a friend when I was in high school, he was 17 and was driving to school – but he was still in 7th grade

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    artheaded1  3 months ago

    She’s operating on at least a 4th grade level. she & her friends are too smart to be 2nd grade. Don’t they all have cell phones too? I can’t see giving a 2nd grader a cell phone in the Jaimes, Gilchrist or our universe.

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    Decepticomic  3 months ago

    Grow up. Or, don’t, actually.

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    dialfred  3 months ago

    Yeah, I don’t remember ever seeing her last name either

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    ZBicyclist Premium Member 3 months ago

    Nancy Ritz: glad she didn’t get a job in the Gasoline Alley strip.

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    asrialfeeple  3 months ago

    I never knew she was a ritz kid.

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    Jethro Flatline Premium Member 3 months ago

    Never realized they were second graders, felt like fourth or fifth graders to me even in the old strips.

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