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Peanuts by Charles Schulz for January 22, 2019

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    x_Tech  9 months ago

    Funny, in my Book of Life some one has torn out the last chapter.

    or not so funny

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    jagedlo  9 months ago

    Looks like he got some of his philosophy from his sister…

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    orinoco womble  9 months ago

    There’s no Back button on life either.

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    therese_callahan2002  9 months ago

    This was long before the animated movie.

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    Troglodyte  9 months ago

    No question about it, CB.

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    jpayne4040  9 months ago

    They’re both right.

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    mjb515  9 months ago

    Or they are in the back, but you cannot get back to your page if you look there.

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    Geophyzz  9 months ago

    Charlie’s right, I find more questions than answers in the book of Revelation.

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    gammaguy  9 months ago

    In The Book of Life, the answers are not

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    mudleg Premium Member 9 months ago

    Makes me think of “My Back Pages” by Bob Dylan — “Good and bad, I define these terms, quite clear, no doubt, somehow. Ah, but I was so much older then, I’m younger than that now.”

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    DanFlak  9 months ago

    Charlie has a point. When we study history, we’ve already looked at the back of the book and know how things turned out. Hindsight might be 20/20, but it is distorted, You get no appreciation for why people made the decisions they did or why they acted the way they did.

    To truly understand history, you need to transport yourself back in time and see the world the way the people living at that time saw it and “forget” the inevitable conclusion at “the back of the book.”

    Then, not only will you understand history, you will also understand the present.

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    SusieB  9 months ago

    The answers are scattered throughout the book. You need to read all of it.

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    RobinHood  9 months ago

    The answer is 42.

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    dadlivonia  9 months ago

    You have to read between the lines

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    COL Crash  9 months ago

    Plus the Cliff Notes version only skims the surface leaving out all of the details.

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    VVWVV   9 months ago

    Life is an encyclopedia, not a just book.

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    Dean  9 months ago

    Depends on the questions.

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    davidf42  9 months ago

    My philosophy is, “The world doesn’t have enough chocolate.”

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    KEA  9 months ago

    Amazingly enough, that’s what I kept telling my students. I wonder if I got it from Peanuts??

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    Sailor46 USN 65-95  9 months ago

    Life is under no obligation to give us what we expect, want or even the answers.

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