This Week in Milford

March 24, 2017

This could be the last time

Filed under: actual action, basketball, Gil Thorp, Recycled art — robmize2013 @ 6:55 pm

And we inch along to the next game, which happens to be one Aarons mom attends – has she seen a game yet? We hadnt explored this angle – that maybe his performances are tied to her being there. Of course we only had 3 months to get this far – Aaron was introduced on December 15, a mere 100 days ago. Looks like a recycled panel in P3 but not quite

https://gilthorp.wordpress.com/2016/12/15/aarival/

By the way, I was thinking about the pace of this strip when I was in 2 traffic jams on my recent trip to Arizona for Cubs spring training – on 10 West in Phoenix, a 6-lane interstate that apparently still isnt enough room for everyone; my 21-mile trip to Goodyear Stadium took over an hour. Then driving home from the airport took 2 hours to go 115 blocks. Yeesh. Thats what I get for scheduling a later flight so I dont have to get up at 5 to go to the airport to take my shoes off. :) Good ol rush hour traffic plus a closed road.

Gil looks resigned to the fact of Aaron shacking up with him and Mimi; he had second thoughts 5 seconds after his proposal.

 

 

 

 

 

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1 Comment »

  1. Oh yeah, the SEASON. Guess they missed the playdowns. Thanks, team unity! Thanks, amateur sleuths Brown and Granger! Thanks, amateur social interventionist Gil Thorp! Thanks, Aaaaron the four-A Aaaasshole!

    So, we’re on for golf Monday?

    p.s. From the Department of We Should Be So Lucky, let’s say Gil’s plan is to foist Aaaaron off on Coach Kaz. That’d be a hell of a summer storyline: Kaz takes Aaaaron to a concert by renowned teen heartthrob Gail Martin.

    Comment by John S. Walters — March 24, 2017 @ 9:19 pm


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