Four years before gmail premiered.
Through the Head Beagle, I suppose.
I did. It was Bohring.
At least Harpo had a bulb horn.
Pinin’ for the fjords.
Same place he got the pool table and grandfather clock, perhaps.
Perhaps today IS a good day to die!
Beverly Crusher was hot.
Here in Kentucky, they call it “spittin’.”
I just read that the wildfires in Santa Rosa have destroyed Charles Schulz’s home, the home that the Schulzes built in the ’70s and the home in which he died. His 78-year-old wife, Jean, escaped unharmed, but the home, all the memorabilia (which I assume includes many hand-drawn strips), and everything else in the house is gone.