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  1. coreym5 commented on Peanuts Begins about 6 hours ago

    In a few years Violet won’t hang out with Charlie Brown for all the candy in the world. . .

  2. coreym5 commented on Peanuts Begins 2 days ago

    The coloring is consistent with the Sunday strips, however. In most of them his shirt is yellow, but sometimes red.

  3. coreym5 commented on Peanuts Begins 3 days ago

    It’s also known as Piano Sonata No. 29 (which has a lot less cache, in my opinion). You can listen to all of it at the Wikipedia entry.

  4. coreym5 commented on Peanuts Begins 5 days ago

    According to the Wiktionary, “don’t take any wooden nickels" means “Do not permit yourself be cheated or duped; do not be naive.”

  5. coreym5 commented on Peanuts 5 days ago

    It’s him. There’s at least one story arc when Charlie Brown gets sick/injured, Linus takes his place as pitcher, and they win the game.

  6. coreym5 commented on Peanuts 8 days ago

    Or they win when he doesn’t play.

  7. coreym5 commented on Peanuts 11 days ago

    I think, for the two of them anyway, the bad news is they don’t get to play a game.

  8. coreym5 commented on Peanuts 12 days ago

    Charlie Brown would likely get his sleeve caught in the pencil sharpener, so there probably wasn’t a lot of joy in it for him anyway. . .

  9. coreym5 commented on Peanuts Begins 14 days ago

    He says “woof!” on occasion, especially in the later years of Peanuts.

  10. coreym5 commented on Peanuts 16 days ago

    Some minutiae: The phrase “it was a dark and stormy night” is the first line of the novel “Paul Clifford” from the early 1800s. Schulz used the phrase with Snoopy because it was an old cliche that came to represent the epitome of bad writing.

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