This Week in Milford

July 6, 2018

Too bad we’ll never see this story

Filed under: big arms, Chunky Bracelets, Gil Thorp, lame jokes — robmize2013 @ 6:13 pm

Milford goes modern, as Gil and Mimi read the Bader story in the Trumpet on their smartphones. How theyre already dressed and ready to go at 6:04 am is implausible, but since this strip never shows people in pajamas, I guess its SOP.

P2 shows Dafnes hotness – tight black shirt with short sleeves showing off her guns.. I love how both she and her friend both have 3 bracelets on opposite wrists so they all show as theyre fist-bumping.  Hopefully now that the story is out they can go about letting these kids out of school before summers over..

P3 Dafne says it should be safe? Will the story explode off the newspaper if it isnt? I would think that after all this time and energy it would (again) be edited and approved by Miss RisqK. Whats Daf worried about? And why did she have to call the Baders and tell em what she’s writing? I guess we’re in for one last surprise before this story is a (fish)wrap.  Methinks Del will get out of jail early because of what he said in the story, Barry will turn into a happy person because of it, and everything will be all right as we waltz into the sunset.

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2 Comments »

  1. Gil and Mimi need some remedial reading classes, STAT. They started on that article at 6:03 and they’re still reading at 2:20. I also appreciate the concern Gil shows for his troubled second baseman.

    “It should be safe,” said the teenagers just before walking into the haunted house at midnight.

    Comment by jvwalt — July 6, 2018 @ 8:54 pm

  2. I’m with shadowy figure in panel two. That is, I’m ready to see myself walking out of this inane plot.

    Comment by timbuys — July 7, 2018 @ 7:55 am


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