The Sacramento Bee - California. Labette Avenue - Kansas. Hunterdon County Democrat - the point being that it favoured the Republican party. The Bunyip - Gawler, South Australia. The Casket — Antigonish, Nova Scotia. The Kingston Whig Standard - Ontario. Saskatoon StarPhoenix - Saskatchewan. The Northern Pen - Newfoundland.
The Charlottetown Guardian deserves a mention, not for its name, but for its slogan: Pity that the Charlottetown Patriot is no longer with us. Named after the yacht that carried Fidel Castro and his comrades from Mexico to launch the revolution. The Gleaner - Jamaica. Source, and massive hat tip: The Skibbereen Eagle - Co Cork famous for a leading article that said it was "keeping an eye on the Czar of Russia" over his expansionist designs on China Oddities Dates after names indicate the time frames when the strips appeared.
There is usually a fair degree of accuracy about a start date, but because of rights being transferred or the very gradual loss of appeal of a particular strip, the termination date is sometimes uncertain. In the event a strip has its own page, the originator of the strip is listed. Otherwise, all creators who worked on a strip are listed. Many of characters appeared in both strip and comic book format as well as in other media. Webcomics are comic strips that exist only on the World Wide Web and are not created primarily for newspapers or magazines.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Guy once knew a council car park attendant back in the s. He had an scam whereby he left the car park at 5: At the end of the night he pocketed all the evening's takings. At the height of the gale, the harbourmaster radioed a coastguard on the spot and asked him to estimate the wind speed.
He replied that he was sorry, but he didn't have a gauge. However, if it was any help, the wind had just blown his Land Rover off the cliff. A young girl who was blown out to sea on a set of inflatable teeth was rescued by a man on an inflatable lobster. A coastguard spokesman commented, 'This sort of thing is all too common.
Commenting on a complaint from a Mr Arthur Purdey about a large gas bill, a spokesman for North-west Gas said 'We agree it was rather high for the time of year. It's possible Mr Purdey has been charged for the gas used up during the explosion that destroyed his house. Researchers at Leicester University discovered that playing songs such as Simon and Garfunkel's 'Bridge Over Troubled Water', and popular s standard 'Moon River' to cows succeeded in relieving tension - and boosting milk yields.
The vet had been trying to convince a farmer that his cow was passing flatulent gas; to demonstrate, the vet ignited the gas, but the cow became a 'four-legged flame-thrower' and ran wild, setting fire to bales of hay.
The cow was unharmed. Police called to arrest a naked man on the platform at Piccadilly Station released their suspect after he produced a valid rail ticket.
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