I'll Be At The Barracks For Christmas
8 monthes ago - By The Fabuleous Fifties
Sunday Repeat Offender day.
I think I have the actual dailies upstairs, but finding them in an online paper put together six a week, saves too much time. Here are the three months leading up to Christmas 1953. Beetle had just joined the army. For some reason Mort Walker never did a lot of Christmas gags with Beetle Bailey. The first year he was in the army, he did not even go hime.
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