Best song: Come Monday. Best album: Son of a Son of a Sailor. Factoid: Most all of his work was written and recorded prior to 1980.
I believe this is the first Nate comic I’ve read without Nate in it.
Yes – my story. After my 1970s stereo disappeared over the years, and I lost touch with all my great albums, my great speakers sat silent for decades. Then this past year I got a brainstorm and did some research. I found and purchased a 100 watt bluetooth amplifier (only $40!) and my teenage children hooked me up with Apple Music. I’m in heaven again, listening to all my old music. My first album I cued up: Gary Pucket.
I don’t like S’mores. Never did. Never will. Too much sugar.
I know that vintage: it’s called Heinz Red Wine Vinegar.
I was the same way. Loved those Saturday morning cartoons. Also, I remember the beginning of each TV season in the fall was always a big event with a lot of hype. (Season Premier Week!!) Networks would even have a one hour special introducing the new programs. I specifically remember ‘Batman’, and how kids at school were divided because it was on at the same time Davy Crockett was on.
This strip was obviously written prior to the famous Tyson fight.
And then in the next panel, Arlo says, “Wait – where’s Rodgers?”
I have to admit – I feel sorry for anyone who has a serious, legitimate peanut allergy. It must be difficult to avoid nuts all the time.
Aaron Rogers is his Fantasy QB.