Peanuts by Charles Schulz for December 24, 2014


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    stcrowe  over 6 years ago

    She will go far.

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    MJKesquire  over 6 years ago

    MERRY CHRISTMAS, everyone!

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    orinoco womble  over 6 years ago

    Know what you mean, Sally. The way math was taught in my school in the 60s, it didn’t seem to be anything to do with me, either. It was that “New Math” that they later abandoned—it hung around my school just long enough to confuse me for the rest of my life. They started with it in the middle of the school year in 3rd grade. My teachers hated it and didn’t understand it either, really. Then in 6th grade I had to transfer to a new school and they had never used the “new math”—so I had lost 3 years of grounding in real math.

    And yes, Merry Christmas everyone. Drive safely if you must drive.

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    pelican47  over 6 years ago

    People who are not good at math often excel at other talents..Same with people who cannot spell. One of the most genius civil engineers I ever met spelled soil as “durt”.

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    Aaron Saltzer  over 6 years ago

    She reminds me of Calvin from “Calvin and Hobbes”.

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    summerdog86  over 6 years ago

    My Grandson’s failing Physics and is still excited about Christmas and all the goodies it means for him. (and not doing any homework to better his grade)

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    Number Three  over 6 years ago

    Failure is like a kick in the teeth.


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    neverenoughgold  over 6 years ago

    Merry Christmas everyone…

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    bmckee  over 6 years ago

    Sally will later go on to work for Mattel in the Barbie line and is a successful executive until she comes up with the idea for a talking Barbie that says “Math is hard.”

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