It's Lockhorns Sunday. In Panel One, things keep getting worse for Leroy, as he complains to his apathetic neighbor about Loretta's incessant nagging. Panel Two demonstrates how Loretta shows her disdain for any car that cannot withstand the extreme punishment she hands it. This would include every motor vehicle on the planet. Center Panel brings us to North Shore Pharmacy in Huntington, L.I., as Leroy applies an old adage within the context of the average debt-ridden middle class American's struggles against the pharmaceutical industry. In Panel Four, Loretta tries to exact revenge on callous airport security personnel after years of constant intrusive searches. Panel Five gets my vote. For all I know, Leroy is apolitical. My guess is, he's yelling at, and not with, loudmouth Bill O'Reilly because he reminds him of Loretta.
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