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Oh, excellent air bag

Yes, this cartoon has face masks and gas bombs and general mayhem, but it will still probably fit the bill if you’re looking for a little escapism for a few moments this morning.

Comics & Cartoons

Double dare

Gulping doodle bugs was a requirement for acceptance. Exactly how many, unknown.

What’s the kid dare flung now? Dash to the curb and back without getting virus cooties on you? 608 more words


One is the loneliest number you'll ever do

While they hardly qualify as Sunday School teachers, the early ‘70’s rock band, Three Dog Night, had it right when they sang, “One is the loneliest number you’ll ever do.” 152 more words

The ONE THING For Today

"Who Was That Masked Man?" It Could be Your Independent Contractor.

From 1949 to 1957, The Lone Ranger ruled the airwaves. As recounted in the all-knowing wikipedia: “At the end of each episode, mission completed, one of the characters would always ask the sheriff or other authority, ‘Who was that masked man?’ When it was explained, ‘Oh, he’s the Lone Ranger!,’ the Ranger and Tonto would be seen galloping off with the cry, ‘Hi-Yo, Silver! 527 more words

"The Lone Ranger: The Devil's Rope" by Mark Russell Review

The Lone Ranger: The Devil’s Rope

Writer:  Mark Russell

Artist:  Bob Q

Letters:  Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou

Covers: John Cassaday

Publisher:  Dynamite Comics

The Lone Ranger and Tonto’s adventures continue in The Devil’s Rope, another collection of comics from Dynamite. 255 more words


Who was that masked man? (Vid of the Day)

To my much younger self, hearing the William Tell Overture, typically, coincided with the opening credits for each Lone Ranger adventure… the popular, episodic televised western, which, from 1949 to 57, showcased a heroic, crime fighting, masked (around the eyes) horseman, who’d ride into town, at breakneck speed, to save the day… to ward off evil men and thwart their wicked machinations… to make our world a better place to live in. 311 more words


The Groan Ranger

This post’s title is a contemporary answer to an old conundrum: “Who was that masked man?”  A shorter answer is that he was (and is) me.  242 more words