Ozy And Millie

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Notes: White-out corrections in the first panel. Penciled notes in the top margin: “Robert H. Dixon / Elmer Wiggin / D.A.P. – 1865 / Dicks Armstrong Pintias / Polyvinyl caulk (old caulk used pitch) used to seal ships”

  6 comments for “Ozy And Millie

  1. Why would Millies mom be the one to break the T.V.? She seems to be on good terms with her daughter at the moment.

    • Everything Millie knows about stardom is seen on TV, and both Ms. Mudd and myself are tired of it influencing our daughters. Instead of breaking the TV, Ms. Mudd has to start putting her foot down on what shows Millie is allowed to watch. Entertainment Tonight is not one of them.

    • In her normal state of being, bad behaviour might be met with a spanking. Stars appearantly are immune to punishments.

  2. It’s caulking industry history, Mongy. See Wikipedia “DAP Products”. Robert H. Dicks and Elmer Wiggim began producing sealing wax in 1865, merging with George Pontius and then Armstrong Company, making Dicks-Armstrong-Pontius, or DAP; then latex caulk in 1964. No OCD here…

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