Loved his work.
Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooooooo!
If you keep trying to explain it with logic and facts you will possibly end up hurting your sanity.
" you want a future..? reconcile your past....leave nothing to chance.."
And what was the dogs name?
One of the few kiwis in thearly days that were allowed into the house - the daily dose of footrot flats. Sad to hear of his passing
You can't *burrrp* can't just post, just post anything you feel like morty, you just *burrp* just end up *burrp* end up hurting people's feelings morty I mean how, how would you like it if I said things that offended you morty?
Sad,,,,always couldn't pass the paper without footrod flats.
The mind is like a parachute it only works when it's open.
Much loved artist.
Always loved Horse.
Thanks & RIP Murray.
All I've got and more for #294...RIP Chris Adley
When I was a kid I got a feral kitten from a family members farm and named him Horse. I miss that cat.
I must have every Footrot Flats book in a box somewhere because I owned them all as a kid and they are something I would never throw away.
I just rehoused my Footrot Flat collection in a new bookshelf only a couple of weeks ago. (Inherited from my Dad)
Flicked through a couple with great nostalgia, vowing to find more time to read them again and wondering if my kids would view them with any similar sense of joy and connection. (likewise with the Calvin and Hobbes collection next to them.)
RIP Murray. So long and thanks for all the smiles.
Murray had a unique way of interpreting animals actions.
We all saw 'Footrot Flats' in our own pets.
I had the pleasure of sharing a couple of 'Smoko' breaks with him many years ago while we were realigning the road passed his farm. We thought he was famous, he didn't.
oh man.... one of the few comics introduced to me when I first came to Australia... loved it to death even though most of the humor didnt translate well to me till later on...
thanks for the memories...
"Always look at where you want to go, never at where you are afraid to go" - My riding instructor
RIP Mr Ball loved your work , can anyone rember the name of that dog ?
grew up reading his books...between me an my brother we had most of them. RIP thanks for the laughs
The only thing of any intelligence ever printed in the Narrogin Observer, the dog been the mascot of a now defunct maintenance squadron in the RAAF i was once part of. Everyone knew a farmer that was a bit like Wal or Cooch and there is a bit of dog in any sheep dog you ever come across. Nothing lasts forever I guess RIP.
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