March 08, 2019
February 03, 2019
Linus’ plan sure is going down the tubes
Marci, the voice of reason.
Sometimes a little well intentioned hypocrisy can make life more pleasant.
I don’t remember this series. I hope everybody doesn’t end up bailing on the dinner.
The beginning of the end ?
You don’t have to bother about what others think, Marcie! If you think Sir Charlie Brown deserves to be thanked, then you show up, all by yourself if you must!
And so it begins.
Poor Charlie Brown
What? Patty, you didn’t say the usual ‘Don’t call me ‘Sir.’’ :-D
The beginning of the end… T-T
Marci strikes the first blow to Charlie Brown’s event!
As long as Joe Shlabotnik shows up, who cares if the others bail?
Then why get all dressed up if you’re not going to go?
This is beginning to remind me of one of those Simpsons episodes where Lisa insists on telling the truth because “it’s always the right thing to do”, even though doing so would ruin everything for everyone – Including those who Lisa wishes no harm.
This one always makes me sad. Because there was no hypocrisy, they were giving Charlie Brown a testimonial dinner because of his dedication, not because of his greatness.
But it wouldn’t be Peanuts if it worked out. Poor Chuck.
Didn’t know Marcie’s last name was “Diogenes”…
Boy Marcie, you sure know how to abandon good old Chuck in his time of need.
RIP Sparky. 20 years ago today. Tomorrow will be 20 years since the last original Peanuts.
Marcie, I have news for you, EVERYONE is a hypocrite. Some are just worse than others.
What, and miss a chance to meet the great Joe Shlabotnik??
I think Charlie Brown deserves a testimonial after all he puts himself through to play a little baseball. What? Are only winners worth anything? Charlie Brown deserves anything he wants for never once even saying a harsh word to anyone much less slapping Lucy upside the head.
No, he does.
In memory of Charles M. “Sparky” Schulz, creator of Peanuts, who passed away 20 years ago today. November 26, 1922–February 12, 2000.
Marcie is missing the point
Et tu, Marcy?
Marci should, at the very least, show up in order to throw tomatoes at Chuck…..
Normally, I’m all for standing on principle, but it is waaaaay too late to make a stand in this case without absolutely crushing C.B.’s feelings.
Kindness is not hypocrisy! Charlie keeps that team of losers who treat him like crap together. He deserves some kindness and acknowlegment.
Actually, does Marcie even know CB? They must have met, but I wouldn’t think she would know him beyond that.
I just remembered a famous comic from our national designer, Arkas, about a white shark and his companion fish who also calls him Sir, it’s very funny (although mostly black humour).
I always wear my prettiest dress when I go to testimonial dinners.
Much as Marcie hates baseball…
Good for you, Marcie. And yet at the same time your still hurting his feelings.
Charlie Brown deserves even more than they might give him. He is a hero.