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By Charles Schulz
Dec 6, 2017
Small u 201701251613
Dec 8, 2017
Small u 201701251613
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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  4 days ago

    Be grateful it wasn’t ash.

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    awgiedawgie GC Insider 4 days ago

    What’s really sad is this comic is copyrighted the year I was born. Things haven’t improved.

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    kathleenashbaugh  4 days ago

    I remember a winter when we were discouraged from playing in the snow because of the nuclear bomb tests. I think it was Strontium 90. It was in some cow’s milk, too. I’m surprised I just remembered that.

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    F-Flash  4 days ago

    Not polluted, but definitely crunchy. However, I’m sure if the USA was still in the Paris climate agreement, it would be just peachy. Yeah right! $$$

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    A R V reader  4 days ago

    ‘’BLEAH…., needs plenty of sugar.’’

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    barister  4 days ago

    Hey, does anyone remember the non-melting plastic-like stuff that covered Atlanta GA. It stalled traffic and caused quite a stir. People shot videos of themselves trying to melt it and it would not. It burned like foam cups. What in the world was that??!!

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    William Bednar GC Insider 4 days ago

    Wait, didn’t (fake) President Trump assure us that “Climate Change” was “fake”. Humm, now I’m beginning to wonder.

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    summerdog86  4 days ago

    It’s too early to have the good flakes. They need to season more.

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    Ceeg22 GC Insider 4 days ago

    Well, duh, you should never eat snowflakes before January

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    rick92040  3 days ago

    Remember acid rain? With all the coal plants making pollution it was bad. The air in America is so much better now than it was. unless trump makes America great again by bringing back the polluted air.

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