• There was a newspaper comic strip I remember reading, and getting a chuckle out of, when I was a kid. It was a daily look at this no luck army grunt who could never get a break. He was created by a WW 2 army Sgt. named George Baker, who in his own way, succeeded in representing the mundane day to day life of a poor army private he named Sad Sack. Poor Sad Sack, when he broke up with his girlfriend, his family sided with her…




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