Sunday, December 20, 2009

Christmas Coogy: Nice Jewish Cartoonist Does Santa

I'm snowed-in here in the northeast, still waiting on a guy to come and plow 150 feet of driveway. What's to do? How about we get my Christmas post out of way? Don't kids like to open their presents early? (Trust me, in the manner I was raised there was no such thing as delayed gratification). If you like to frequent Spectorphile and the same kind of blogs I do, then I suspect you are just a kid. I know your type alright. Why must you wait?

From December 23, 1951:

What I really want to know is...where are all the Chanukah strips drawn by Christian cartoonists hiding?
You kids, whatever you may celebrate, if anything, please have a good time. And don't blog and drive.


J.V. (AKA "White Pongo") said...

Hey Paul,

The Asian porn link guy strikes again (above). Incidentally, yes - more Chanukah strips!!

p spector said...

Hey Pongo, Thanks for the heads-up. I hadn't been online for a couple of days so didn't notice. Ya know, if I want true pornography I'll watch the home shopping networks and infomercials.
Keep the faith, baby.

Ger Apeldoorn said...

Great news! Maybe now we can get more information on the cartoon unit your father was in. INteresting to me is the question if he met Stan Lee there and possibly Harvey Kurtzman

The National Personnel Records Center has release a list of some 3,000 prominent former military service men and women whose service records may now be obtained under the Freedom of Information Act. Among those in the list are Charles Schulz, Charles Addams, George Baker, Jack Davis, Jules Feiffer, Bill Mauldin, Alex Raymond, Ted Geisel, Norman Rockwell, Mort Walker, William Randolph Hearst and Stan Lee.
The so-called military VIP list was obtained under access to public records laws and may be downloaded as a PDF document by clicking here. Copies of military service records for individuals on the list may be requested under the Freedom of Information Act from the National Personnel Records Center, Military Personnel Records, 9700 Page Ave., St. Louis, MO 63152-5100. Requests may also be faxed to (314) 801-9195.

Requests should mention that they’re being made under the Freedom of Information Act. Requests for records of deceased individuals will usually result in more material than those of the living.

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