They'll Do It Every Time is a gloriously anachronistic celebration of the petty gripes and ironies of everyday life.
It is run on reader submissions, and for the last 18 years, Al Scaduto has been the writer and illustrator. It seems like longer with his fashion sense and slang.
At first, the comics irritated me, as they did countless others.
But we grew to love them. The comic never made me laugh out loud, I never wanted to save it, but it was good.
And what made it good was Al Scaduto. He wrote back to people who sent him ideas, even if he couldn't run them. From everything I have read, he was the ultimate gentleman, and the world is a little less brighter without him.
I can't create a tribute song out of the thin air, so I'll leave with this: