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Jerry Scott lived for Sunday mornings as a young newspaper delivery boy growing up in Indiana.
“They would dump this bale of newspapers at the end of my driveway. I’d go out there in the dark with a flashlight, and I’d read the comics,” he said, recalling his time spent poring over such classic strips as “Peanuts,” “Beatle Bailey” and “Nancy.” “It was an adventure.”KEEP READING
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