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Re: Who Knew Shmoo?

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Posted by Nate Goldman on Thursday, August 1st 2019:

In Reply to: Re: Who Knew Shmoo? posted by Will Suphan on Tuesday, July 30th 2019:

There was a candy store on Avenue H, between E. 12th St., and E. 13th St., where I used to buy the NY Daily News. I would follow Dick Tracy every day. I remember, back in 1951, he was on a boat on a lake, when a sniper fired at him, and wounded him. I don't remember if the shooter was ever caught. In 1954, somehow, Dick Tracy wound up on an airplane, which crashed in the Amazon jungle. He survived the crash, but the other survivors that he was with, were being attacked by local natives. I remember that he was with a woman in his group who was injured. Unfortunately, I had to go to camp, and my following of Dick Tracy was interrupted, since we had no access to that paper, in the Catskills. To this day, I don't know how he and the other survivors escaped the natives who were closing in on them?

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