March 08, 2019
February 03, 2019
You don’t. You tell them it was destroyed by a deranged, deluded stalker.
How much does a piano like Schroeder uses go for?
Chuck would be more impressed if it was Schroeder got a pic of Joe Schlabotnik.
How do you explain to an eight year old who ‘Joe Garagiola’ was?
Happy retirement Joe!
Wow. Two punchlines.
Shouldn’t the piano company include pictures of famous piano players and composers? Makes more sense. How about a buy-one-get-one-free sale? Just in case a tree eats one of them?
Yes, Schroeder, I would like to hear the explanation also. Maybe the insurance company will add to your policy, kite and piano eating tree coverage with a deductible of $50.00. See if you can add it.
At lest he’s not ordering from Acme.
…and, send the bill to Lucy’s parents.
Is this when Snoopy began his long association with Met Life?
(“Here comes the world-famous insurance claims adjuster to knock down some frivolous allegation about a toy piano.”)
Joe popped up in a bunch of “Peanuts” episodes over the years. For example, February 6th, 1988.Sally: “Our teacher wants us to write a ten-page report about a famous person. I chose Joe Garagiola.”Charlie Brown: “He’s a perfect choice. I’ll be anxious to read it.”Sally: “First I have to ask you something. Who was he?”
Schroeder is beyond a toy piano. He should order something better.
Schroeder could borrow/buy one of Snoopy’s pianos. Although I’m sure he has several, I’m not sure what level in his doghouse he stores them…
“Dear Valued Customer: Acts of Lucy not covered. Have a nice day. Piano Insurance Company”
The Lucy plan is part of any good insurance
Fair point, Schroeder.I think real pianos are beautiful and maybe one day Schroeder will get to play a real one.xxx
Farmers Insurance would understand. They cover almost anything, because they’ve seen almost everything.
That would be a tricky one to explain.
Old Joe is still alive.