Peanuts by Charles Schulz for March 19, 2019


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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  8 months ago

    boy’s got priorities

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    HeatherMcCrillis  8 months ago

    Aren’t they on the same team?

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    Super Smash Bros Ultimate  8 months ago

    What a waste of time that could be spent playing Super Mario Odyssey

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    JohnFarson19  8 months ago

    Schulz actually received hate mail for showing Peppermint Patty and Franklin attending the same school. Even in 1972. He never paid any attention to it.

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    jpayne4040  8 months ago

    I hope every day isn’t like that!

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    loridobson Premium Member 8 months ago

    Either Franklin has a secret time warp, or these activities are very brief.

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    Troglodyte  8 months ago

    Poor kid, losing out on his childhood!

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    jackhammer165  8 months ago

    Woah, hadn’t heard of 4 H until this strip.

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    William Bednar Premium Member 8 months ago

    Well, if each of the four meetings lasts about an hour, he’d be available at about, say 6:30.. In spring, the sun would still be up but close to setting.

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    ktfahel  8 months ago

    Our only rules for our girls joining any clubs are that it should be something they enjoy, something they’ll stick with, and limit how many. This way they’re not overbooked or stressed. This year our younger girl is in theatre, chorus, and D&D; and our older one is in orchestra, chamber orchestra, journalism, and “Magic" (the game).

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    DanFlak  8 months ago

    I want my kids to do all the things I never did.

    In my day, if you took a bunch of kids and threw them together with a ball and maybe some chalk, some sort of game would break out.I wonder if kids today have enough imagination outside of structured activity to do this.

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    Zebrastripes  8 months ago

    Kids today are so “busy” their parents enroll them in everything….and kids can’t even be themselves, relax, and be home. Too much pressure….is it parents don’t want to deal with their kids or is it they are living through their kids? BLEAH!

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    jagedlo  8 months ago

    for those who may not know what 4-H is…

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    Asharah  8 months ago

    I hope his schedule isn’t that overloaded every day.

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    Teto85 Premium Member 8 months ago

    Back then, and today, parents thought that if they overloaded the kids with these sorts of activities they would not have time for sex and drugs.

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    nggt413  8 months ago

    Today is Tuesday. Great timing.

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    DCBakerEsq  8 months ago

    Tuesday is ‘Strip Bingo Night’ at our place.

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    WCraft Premium Member 8 months ago

    No letter for his sports jacket for marbles…

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    AARONPAYNE  8 months ago

    hey cubriya

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    JoeMartinFan Premium Member 8 months ago

    Wow…some parents were overscheduling their kids even in the early ’70s?

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    dogday Premium Member 8 months ago
    This really brought back the wonderful explorations of FREE childhood time I had in the late ‘50s/early ’60s. Time to observe the world around me, find out what it was, who I was. I know that’s not really feasible these days in most parts but, it makes me REALLY sad for Franklin that he has a CEO’s calendar at his age.
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