Share2 Shares 4K The only criterion for this list is that the entries must all have been syndicated in newspapers, and they must be great. Herriman set it in his native Coconino County, Arizona, where there is a lot of sagebrush desert, but also a lot of beautiful green scenery with mountains and lakes. The standard comedy of the strip is good old fashioned slapstick, but it has an air of surrealism about it that lends a timeless quality. There are three main characters:
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November 25, YouTube Baby Boomers are a hardy bunch. Whether you owned a Johnny Seven One Man Army or just want to know more about the ultra-violent, bestselling toy of , let's take a look back at some of the dangerous toys of yesteryear and the commercials that sold them. You think your average seven-year-old boy is going to pay attention to the package disclaimer that warned against aiming the Sixfinger at human targets? All this mayhem was available for the bargain price of two dollars. Then one day in the vice president of product development, whose brother-in-law was apparently an out-of-work chiropractor, came up with the idea for the Swing Wing.
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The Pyles[ edit ] Originally Danae, Joe and "Offshore" Flo were separate characters in their own segments but their storylines were eventually fused and they were billed as being family. Joe and his daughters moved to his native New England to live near his mother following his divorce and withdrawal from major media outlets. Joe[ edit ] Joseph "Joe" Pyle is an unemployed former host of the talk radio program "NoozTube", often frustrated by how mass media treats him, and used by the strip to comment on the media. As the cast of characters grew and merged, he became the often-bewildered father of Danae and Kate.
The Story: Chocolate, as a Drink, was a favorite of Montezuma, Emperor of the Aztecs. Hernando Cortez, the Spanish conquistador, brought the drink back to Spain in It remained a favorite of the Spanish royalty for many years before becoming consumed widely throughout Europe. Three centuries later in England chocolate was first used as a non-liquid confection.