Peanuts by Charles Schulz for February 12, 2019


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    finkd  2 months ago

    Not many people do, Snoopy.

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    Troglodyte  2 months ago

    Nice comeback, Snoops! Somehow, Lucy deserves it.

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    HeatherMcCrillis  2 months ago

    And Miss Sweetstory cares not for the Crabby book club. #sothere

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    sheilag  2 months ago

    I always wondered how Snoopy could wear his dog-dish as a hat like that… the bowl opening is on the TOP, so how is it balancing there? Or, is it just the “magic” that also allows his to sleep on the roof ridge of his doghouse? ;-)

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    DanFlak  2 months ago

    Snoopy, when are you going to learn that everyone’s a critic.

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    SusieB  2 months ago

    Sometimes you need a nice Sweet Story to escape from today’s problems.

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    JudyHendrickson  2 months ago

    love this!!! snooy gettingback at lucy!! hmmmm !!!! wonder if lucyand calvin are related!!

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    dtdbiz  2 months ago

    Huh. This strip, drawn in ’72, makes me wonder if Schultz was hearing the same thing from critics.

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    bartman666  2 months ago

    “A fool and his honey soon part” (or something like that)

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    preacherman  2 months ago

    This is a cute take on Snoopy’s love of Ms. Sweetstory, but the lack of toleration of another’s point of view is one of the major problems in our society. Notice the “fool” reference. Even scripture warns against calling another “Raca” or fool, though Jesus did say to not argue with a fool. Snoopy should’ve just walked away, with no comment.

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    Robert Nowall Premium Member 2 months ago

    “Her kind deserves to be blehed”—-Snoopy, some years before.

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    tad1  2 months ago

    Sometimes, we need a break from relevance.

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