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Melting snow was a good way to get clean water back in the day. It still is, in a pinch.
Remember: This is the conclusion of the plotline in which the girl had a Terrible Secret, which turned out to be that she was a famous actress. This is not a deal-breaker to most men. However, her agent wouldn’t let … Continue reading
Notice anything odd about this 1961 comics page? The guy’s totally right. Marriage sure killed Liz Taylor’s career.
I’ve never milked a cow before, but I imagine getting whapped by a cow’s tail wouldn’t be pleasant.
At last, the terrible secret of the French girl in 1961’s Abbie ‘n’ Slats is revealed! That’s right, friends. She’s an actress. Because that’s totally a dealbreaker for most guys.
Harold Stassen, governor of Minnesota, evidently was a perennial candidate for other offices, including that of the U.S. presidency.
A cozy winter evening in the old days would be pretty much the same as it is now, but with a laptop or e-reader and an electric bulb in place of the book and lamp.
Don’t forget, she has a SECRET!
In case you forgot: She has a Terrible Secret.