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Lethbridge

collaborated with Jerry Dumas on the syndicated daily comic strip ''Benchley''. Set in the White House, it followed the adventures of presidential aide Benchley. Dumas commented, "Nobody ever did a strip about the government. It's a wonderful place to set a strip. There's so much room for humor in the White House." "Comic strip set in White House", ''Lethbridge Herald'' (Lethbridge, Alberta (Alberta, Canada), Canada), July 5, 1984. ref>


White House

a wonderful place to set a strip. There's so much room for humor in the White House." "Comic strip set in White House", ''Lethbridge Herald'' (Lethbridge, Alberta (Alberta, Canada), Canada), July 5, 1984. thumb left The Midcampus Walk, through Professor's Gate, leading to Monroe Court and Kogan Plaza. (File:Professor's Gate - GWU.JPG) The main GW campus consists of in historic Foggy Bottom and is located a few blocks


Soviet Union

20101124_dispatch_importance_koreas_northern_limit_line title Importance of the Koreas' Northern Limit Line author Rodger Baker publisher STRATFOR date 24 November 2010 accessdate 4 December 2010 One notable ''Peräsmies'' strip set the hero against his Soviet (Soviet Union) counterpart, Toveri Pieru ("Comrade Fart"). They first competed against each other by saving people from disasters, but finally Peräsmies challenged Toveri Pieru to a drinking competition, which Peräsmies won


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