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Beetle Bailey: can you translate that? September 17, 2008

Posted by Jill (@bonnjill) in Fun stuff, Translation Sites.
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Since the Speed Bump comic strip was so well-received, I thought I’d share this Beetle Bailey comic strip with you all. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Beetle Bailey, Beetle made his comic-strip debut as a college cutup in 1950 in a mere 50 newspapers. He accidentally enlisted in the Army during the Korean War and has been in the Army ever since. Most of the humor revolves around the mostly inept characters stationed at Camp Swampy. Private Bailey is a pretty lazy soldier who usually naps and avoids work, and thus is often the subject of verbal and physical abuse from his Sergeant.

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