As far as I remember, he and his son had tear-jerking appeals about how he still had work to do on Earth.
Those American televangelists didn’t usually make much impact here in Norway (we had a few of our own), but God’s shakedown of Oral Roberts was reported and ridiculed.
She did eventually manage to hammer home the fact that Snoopy was a beagle, though. But I think that was after this.
Watches that only have dates and not months, tend to count to 31 regardless, so you need to adjust them after every February, April, June, September and November.
My father died a month and a half ago. I’m still at the stage where I for a moment think I should make my daily phone call to him, or something makes me think I should talk with him about this, until I remember.
Seems like another mystery, but will it be short enough to be called “minit”? Of course, the shortness is precisely why it’s difficult to make those mysteries really make sense, with a solution that both follows from the clues we’re given, while at the same time not being so obvious that we can all see it right away.
After all, Tracy is a detective, and mysteries should be his forte. I know that some here prefer action-packed stories that don’t require much thinking. But I refer you to the very first story you see if you click back to the beginning of the GoComics archive. That is a bona fide mystery, of a murder on an airplane, by Mike Kilian and Dick Locher.
A method that dad is well acquainted with, giving rise to ideas like the world not having colours until the 1930s, or the sun being the size of a quarter.
I believe he’s referring to 6-year-olds in this particular household.
I was mainly at Haakonsvern during the fall of 1983, training for my position on a gunboat. Once training was complete, I was moved north, to Olavsvern near Tromsø. I don’t remember seeing any American ship, except for a submarine. It seems unlikely that we were there at the same time, then.
Bergen is where I am. And I served in the Navy, at Haakonsvern, 40 years ago.