Pvt. Beetle Bailey, drafted into the Army 40 years ago, will probably never make corporal due to his lazy, work shirking attitude. And his inept cohorts at the dysfunctional Camp Swampy, and whose dedication to his art form led him to found the first museum devoted to the history of cartooning, died Jan.27 at his home in Stamford, Conn.
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Invasion of Iraq in 2003 and returned there the following year to lead Marines in bloody street fighting in the city of Fallujah. Military’s new counterinsurgency manual with then Army Lt. Gen. Public Library. But as Raw Fisher moves through its final week here on the big web site, there’s good news to report about one of my biggest hobbyhorses over the nine years I’ve been writing the column in The Post: The sorry state of the District’s public libraries.For the better part of the last decade, I’ve been hammering at the city government over its failure to invest in turning decrepit, pathetically underused libraries into the kind of essential community resources that, for example, Fairfax and Montgomery counties have created in recent years. Libraries director Ginnie Cooper came to town two years ago, the sorry state of the city’s libraries has started to show real signs of life.