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Peanuts by Charles Schulz for July 05, 1973

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    valheru  almost 10 years ago

    What the?

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    HannyPL  over 9 years ago

    Exactly…

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    MoonlitKnight Premium Member over 9 years ago

    Thus ends the tale Schulz calculated to drive you MAD!

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    Bimps1002  about 9 years ago

    Alfred E. Neuman?!

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    weatherford.joe Premium Member almost 9 years ago

    One of my personal favorites.

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    MrJamie1062  about 7 years ago

    LOL, at CB in last panel:“For HEAVEN’S SAKE!”

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    MrJamie1062  about 7 years ago

    CB:“Here comes the sun now! Oh, God, I can’t bear to look! But I have to; how else will I know if I’m cured? Will I see the sun, or a baseball? Which one will it be?” And as it turns out,NEITHER! Just the MAD logo! CB:“GOOD GRIEF!” Audio(just like on Old School Sesame Street)“Wipwip, wipwipwipwip. WIP!!!” or,“DINDINDINDINDINDIN!!!”

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    semerl  almost 7 years ago

    Sparky using Alfred would imply that he heard/read that an issue of MAD has a parody of Peanuts.

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    G00dgrief  almost 7 years ago

    I wonder if it was topical at the time…

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    ootey  about 4 years ago

    A funny, surprising, wacky, unexpected conclusion. Just the way the comics are supposed to be. And remember, Schulz never put someone in his comic that he didn’t like.

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    Fred flintstone  11 months ago

    this means Charles Shultz read MAD magazine

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