Strip in honor of victims is touching

My routine at night is to get home from work, relax, read the paper, finishing off with the Good Life section, and the comics. Perfect way to end a day. Favorites start with “Tundra,” “Pearls before Swine” and “Mother Goose.” But Monday was the first time I cried reading the comics. (“Pearls Before Swine.”) Thank you, Rat. Thank you, Pig. The sky will never be the same.

D. Johnson

Greenbank

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