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Peanuts by Charles Schulz

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  1. Rp GG commented on Doonesbury 12 days ago

    This being 1976 the tv dinners were in aluminum trays and heated in the oven for about half an hour.

  2. Rp GG commented on Doonesbury 20 days ago

    What have you done for the last 38 years that is as creative and influential as this comic strip. I’m getting sick of the whiners who complain about this. If Trudeau were to quite altogether and go into a well-earned retirement you would have no right to bitch about it. He doesn’t owe you anything.

  3. Rp GG commented on Rubes 27 days ago

    eyelids?

  4. Rp GG commented on Lio about 1 month ago

    Aggressive mimicry http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aggressive_mimicry

  5. Rp GG commented on Cul de Sac about 1 month ago

    Must be a first child.

  6. Rp GG commented on Calvin and Hobbes 2 months ago

    “Quetzalcoatlus? I think Calvin is getting his Aztec gods and dinosaurs mixed up.”
    Actually Quetzalcoatlus is the name of a pterosaur, a true giant among flying animals (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quetzalcoatlus). Watterson knew his Mesozoic zoology.
    As for the discussion about drawing and perspecive, I think it is interesting. Thanks for the insight into the mind of a cartoonist.

  7. Rp GG commented on Cul de Sac 4 months ago

    The corn popper toy has been around since 1957.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corn_Popper

  8. Rp GG commented on Peanuts 4 months ago

    A new form of “chain letter” has become prevalent on Facebook and other social networking sites. For example, they may start with “If you love [support, believe in, etc.] your mother [sister, teacher, nurse, etc.] share this.” They often rely on guilt to ensure propagation (If you don’t share then you must not love your mother!). I always wonder who starts these and why. Some are probably heartfelt but I can imagine some are put out there almost as a game to see how quickly a message spreads.

  9. Rp GG commented on 9 to 5 4 months ago

    Passes the Turing test.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turing_test

  10. Rp GG commented on Pat Oliphant 4 months ago

    Good Question. So I looked it up here, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gun_politics_in_Switzerland. Turns out the situation is not so simple. For example, ammo is tightly regulated.