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Monday, January 01, 2018

Happy New Year



Coming in February.

Cover by Ben Garrison.

Watch this space.

16 comments:

  1. And no blue bird above, raining in their parade...

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  2. Now THIS is something I can celebrate.

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  3. Happy New Year! Just watched "Flags of our Fathers" with my daughter who is enlisting in the Army. With President Trump in charge I am really looking forward to the New Year. - Elric

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    1. Elric, you've been a GREAT poster on Big D's site, and I just prayed a prayer of protection for your daughter. Happy 2018!

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    2. Congratulations. The key to making it in teh Army is to have a buddy

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    3. Great news, Elric! Congrats & Happy New Year!

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    4. Thanks to everyone for the encouragement and well wishes. Here's to a rejuvenated country, an early spring, and many Top Down days for Mr. Surber. - Elric

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  4. Garrison does terrific work in my opinion. I'm looking forward to the release date in February for your newest book.

    Happy New Year to you and Mrs. Surber. May 2018 be a happy, safe and prosperous one.

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    1. Thank you. Goal this year: The missus retires.

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  5. As I always say, "If you can't judge a book by its cover what reason do you have for buying it?"

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  6. Reminds me of Walt Kelly's Pogo.

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  7. I see that Acosta finally got his face on TV- and what's that overhead? Oh, a vulture with a laptop! Must be Democrat then, filled with naughty bits!

    Can't wait to see what's in it! And what a great cartoon to grace the cover!

    You can be sure I'll be "watching that space!"

    Thanks, Don Surber, for a wonderful year of commentary and analysis, and I'm looking forward with great anticipation to reading your new book!

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  8. I like that cover, Don.

    But your name needs to be more prominent.

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  9. Needs to have a orange mained lion lurking in the weeds. or an orange shark fin following the trio..
    TG

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