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  1. noribori commented on Peanuts about 6 hours ago

    Good thinking. And otherwise Lucy couldn’t draw it.

  2. noribori commented on Peanuts 8 days ago

    2.8 million years ago, early humans used tools, but did not make a lot of progress for nearly 2 million years. Until they learned to control fire. Fire made marshmallows more nutritious, which contributed to the development of the brain.

  3. noribori commented on Peanuts 10 days ago

    You throw them into hot water, like Hot Dogs…

  4. noribori commented on Peanuts 15 days ago

    Linus cheated, he hadn’t already sat down when Lucy asked him. But Lucy was prepared, instead of wasting a rant she calmly makes her next move. That’s the kind of professional routine you develop when living together for a long time. In one word: family.

  5. noribori commented on Peanuts 17 days ago

    Felix the Cat would have taken the moon and turned it into a pizza. Well, he could only do it because he is one of those funny-animal cartoon characters.

  6. noribori commented on Peanuts 18 days ago

    And when they do, it’s humbug.

  7. noribori commented on Peanuts 22 days ago

    I guess you are right, it’s about the worthyness.
    Gramma knows that Linus is very serious about these things. But somehow she’s still underestimating Linus’ moral integrity. Using the expression “favorite charity” is almost like saying: Linus, maybe you saw those cute little puppies on TV from that shelter, we could give them the money! But Linus is sharp enough to see that you can’t just help those who are cute and popular.

  8. noribori commented on Peanuts 22 days ago

    So why is he despising that term “favorite charity”?

  9. noribori commented on Peanuts 24 days ago

    Always the blanket. Nobody mentions the thumb sucking.

  10. noribori commented on Peanuts 25 days ago

    “It’s possible—I think—to make a mistake in the strip and without realizing it, destroy it … I realized it myself a couple of years ago when I began to introduce Snoopy’s brothers and sisters … It destroyed the relationship that Snoopy has with the kids, which is a very strange relationship.”
    – Charles Schulz, 1987

    For me the appeal of Peanuts comes from varying and deepening the well-known relationships. Introducing more and more characters would have had a broadening and flattening effect.