Tarzan by Edgar Rice Burroughs for March 28, 2013

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    george  about 10 years ago

    Aaaaaaaaaaand again, that makes perfect sense. Don’t trust someone so go off into the unknown with them. Always a smart move.

    Unless Safia is/was living in those palatial surroundings in utter solitude she had someone (or several heavily armed someones) she could have sent with this mentally challenged Teuton.

    BTW – is anyone but me thinking of The Coneheads?

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    Galimatias  about 10 years ago

    She didn’t trust him so she decided to go the the quest with him?

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    Old Comic Strip Lover  about 10 years ago

    Hmmmm……she didn’t trust him but is about to trust Abool? Seems she has a problem with her decision making.

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    rdmacgregor  about 10 years ago

    Safia is apparently not a subscriber to the dominant religion of the region or she would not be alone with this man who is not her husband.

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    jmcx4  about 10 years ago

    Speaking of pants, isn’t Tarzan busting at the seams to tell them he has the treasure? Or is he just waiting to see how long they will drone on with this story?

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    Polsixe  about 10 years ago

    Or Tarzan has a sick sense of humour, once the story plays out, two more weeks? He’ll pull out the box and say, “oh you mean this treasure chest?”

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    profkatz  about 10 years ago

    So, “Herr” Kurt returned to Africa for “restitution”, eh? Safia is about to get the “ride” of her life—once a nazi, always a nazi and a camel has two humps, right?Sure hope our hero doesn’t buy into this guy’s BS. DumbGowa!By the way, back from tigerland (India & Nepal)….Namaste tribemates!

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