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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania · Page 66

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Nov 11 2004 4:26:21:270AM 1 6 7 8 9 10 11 PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2004 E-4 COMICS Dilbert Classic Peanuts By Scott Adams By Charles Schulz i 7 1-7 ; 1 l : : : 1 i rz: m m 1 1 I lei 12 HOW DELICIOUS! DOES x HAVE ONE IT FOR YOU TASTE? STRAPPED TO NY CAR IT'S BASED ON DOGBERT'S THEORY THAT PEOPLE ARE PLEASURE- SEEKING hORONS. P VETERANS DM 71 ) SOOP 6KIEF! THIS IS THE T JB rsii M nan rAMD. Ms T(- 8 lvtitiwtswwy PA I AUOAVS SPEND OVER .Qh-Smvmm NY COMPANY IS - 7r5 AT BILL MAULPiN'S HOUSE 6 Ln SELLING GIGANTIC , I I fe? AFMm! THKiS 1HB SHARD-FILLED DOUGHNUTS I I VB5A WITH FORTY THOUSAND ! L 1 ( --Tc3) CALORIES APIECE. f Hagar the Horrible By Chris Browne KJ (dA-;Xc-1 fepH LnsaJl ! . WM IT4j NICE, BUT JVg B f Jh Tn ffW- OF FLOWERS ON Ip' ft? A4LL"1 uieH The Boondocks By Aaron McGruder JfffL, imj Y r'wrWJ) a k yi MY tooth 15 l00SE-WHEN A stores dont peiver fro tooth Blondie By Dean Young and Denis Lebrun W (iLii jJR fe MIT I mill11' I THOkGWOOO'SMB .--jBC jHi H' V 1 I" " IT I X VT FOREHEAD? A STICKER "J Kf "" kil fc Doonesbury By Garry Trudeau BkSr V-, Kl?L s ktJ Mrl f fVO-i fibCJ I U4 nh rimmNO it's bssn years mcHiLPm what m popsicis SHOUmrm Drabble By Kevin Fagan t MR. DRABBLE, 1MA)6 I I eORKH.KeKiPALL. I BUT I'MMfcR 6R0u)W- l ALREADY " - L iLTK iOf jP WiJ J J; fT A6K. K)R WO0R f TOO Vt Mn, t 1; t WOCWASIkW C I ltE,..,JII jrcyOl It ' ) rTi The Amazing Spider-Man ByStanLee OlQCN 1 r ZltH WO lllf TXE BSPeP tkSEK.' IT I IF I d4N JU&r.-EPE III 2 1?filA??Z f" Mother Goose and Grimm By Mike Peters N '" The Piranna Club " ' By Bud Grace ui lMS) ,SmamjI IfBH I ( kuergwp bob? f 1 1( i am herf tb rescue 111 FTTTll THE KIDS' CORNER: HISTORY QUIZ A county seat is a town that is the capital of a county. Countywide politics and government are conducted there. The county courthouse and county administration are usually located in the county seat. Can you name the seats of these Pennsylvania counties? Get Fuzzy By Darby Conley whca abs jjv J H Slli I ' the earw I W KHT. AMP THE AFTERWWJ CfrT LETS THE STW ElX Sip OCT wqsws C-ETTiMS Of? THS WOW, f IT'S ALMOST . l; 1 WC. mm y A S WHAT? b s JlBBi i AW ?CKS HlUOfF Sponsored by: 1. Lawrence County, formed in 1849 from parts of Beaver and Mercer counties. 2. Allegheny County, formed in 1788 from parts of Washington and Westmoreland counties. 3. Armstrong County, formed in 1800 from parts of Allegheny, Lycoming and Westmoreland counties. 4. Lycoming County, formed in 1795 from parts of Northumberland County. 5. Indiana County, formed in 1803 from parts of Lycoming and Westmoreland counties, attached to Westmoreland County until 1806. 6. Jefferson County, formed in 1804 from parts of Lycoming County, attached to Westmoreland County until 1806 and to Indiana County until 1830. 7. Erie County, formed in 1800 from parts of Allegheny County, attached to Crawford County until 1803. 8. Fayette County, formed in 1783 from parts of Westmoreland County. 9. Forest County, formed in 1848 from parts of Jefferson and Elk counties, attached to Jefferson County until 1857. 10. Greene County, formed in 1796 from parts of Washington County. SENATOR JOHN HEINZ " PITTSBURGH REGIONAL HISTORY CENTER nJJx I jg ' j TpPJ IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION For more information about these and many other exciting topics, visit the History Center. 412-454-6000 www.pghhistory.org Cathy By Cathy Guisewite ANSWERS: ...AND IF WE STARTED NOW AND DID NOTHING- ELSE eniAooje '9 Bumpui 'S ;jodsiuBnnM 'f ADD THE FILE OF FLOWER. IDEAS 1ME BEEN CLIPPING- SINCE MOU WERE BORN... flbO THE WORLDWIDE WEB OF FLORAL VISIONS. .. WE COULD STILL BE LOOKINfo TWEfJTV-SIX FRIEMDS HAVE 1 SUGGESTED TWEMW-S0C DIFFERENT WEDOlNG-FtORISTS, EACH OF U)H0m OFFERS iftOO CHOICES IN NINE DIFFERENT PRICE RANGES. jnqs9uABA '01 BiseuoTj, '6 umo;uotuq '8 The Kids' Corner quiz appears every Thursday. AT FLOWER CONCEPTS TOE WEARS FROM now!! 1 r I THESE ARE NICE MOM. UETS 60 WITH THESE 1 POPPER j Garfield By Jim Davis OH, I NEP A ( TRV 6HEPPIN&, ) IT'S CHEAPER! O O Sally Forth By Francesco Marciuliano i t TONY... Bt" SAL! JUST WHO SO ASK TONY IF HE'S STILL GOING TO PROMOTE YOU. IT'S INSANE AT THE OFFICE, TEtX WITH ) RALPH GONE, WE'RE WORKING, HARDER WITH EVEN nr. (C-X II I WANTED TO SEE! REVIEW THESE FILES AND RETURN THEM ran I LESS DIRECTION! J 1? ( I'VE TRIED, BUT TO ME BY FIVE. r i r cycDv -time UYL.I 1 111 Iw Dennis the Menace By Hank Ketcham by Dick Rogers SOMETHING COMES UP... KridSp-t "u it THE Here's a message I challenge you to decipher. Unscramble the letters to spell three words that will complete the message. Use all of the letters for each word. Fox Trot By Bill Amend STUDYING FOR OUR WHAT ARE YOU DOIN6? , PHYSICS Fmfl... WFd... 1 OUR PHYSICS SO I'M A TEST WAS PROCRAS- . YESTERDAY. TiNAToR. 1 ' " ' "" ' -v ... "SIH QV3H 01 nOA 3HVQ I SQIM HV3fJ :SNV "How 'bout a mud-burger, Mr. Wilson? Guaranteed, no calories and zero carbs!"

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