Peanuts by Charles Schulz for October 15, 2021

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  3 months ago

    Good grief.

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    TheRealGasterBlaster  3 months ago

    That’s genius :O

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    Lego Thwimp  3 months ago

    Once at my school, we did a pass-it-on thing where we just said “Hey, pass it on!”

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    monkeysky  3 months ago

    I wish the whole metric thing worked out

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    efkasper  3 months ago

    Well, that ends that round of the telephone game…

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    top cat james  3 months ago

    Roy alert!

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    littlejohn Premium Member 3 months ago

    School is tough enough without causing an anxiety attack.

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    hagarthehorrible  3 months ago

    Well, i did not get this one. Could somebody explain pls.

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    Qiset  3 months ago

    I’m thinking the distance function. Anyone else?

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    GROG Premium Member 3 months ago

    You can’t make me.

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    Count Olaf Premium Member 3 months ago

    I agree with Patty.

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    jrankin1959  3 months ago

    Think?!? You want me to THINK?!?

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    jagedlo  3 months ago

    A “telephone game” where the original and ending message remained the same?

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    I'm Sad  3 months ago

    Wait until the Common Core system comes out with new ways to measure things.

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    Darryl Heine  3 months ago

    “Think metric…pass it on…”

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    Darryl Heine  3 months ago

    A metric system PSA from the 1970’s…:

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    sheilag  3 months ago

    It didn’t work – I remember the PSAs on TV (I’ll have to watch Darryl Heine’s link)…

    But: when it comes to scientific measurement, or even measurements in engineering or mechanics, metric is far superior and precise. I have some SAE tools when they are needed, but for the most part, metric sized tools are the norm. (Yes, I work on my own cars). ;-)

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member 3 months ago

    -40C = -40F. 1 kilometer = .6 mile. 1 liter = @1 quart. 1 yard = 39 inches. f I have to look up or calculate everything else. Somehow when I hear it is 27 out, I feel I need a coat. I don’t know how you get used to that.

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    phoenix  3 months ago

    Never mind scientific measurement, when I cook I use grams for weight. Sooooo much easier than ounces.

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    fesalazarsoto  3 months ago

    Think IS… and no, “I” doesn’t stand for"Imperial"…

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    Ellis97  3 months ago

    I’m assuming that Peppermint Patty sits in the last row.

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    geese28  3 months ago

    Patty is “think panic”

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    Decepticomic  3 months ago

    Ah, america and its refusal to adopt the metric system. I literally have nothing to say about that.

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    this is summerdog  3 months ago

    Totally my reaction!

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    kchishol1970  3 months ago

    As a Canadian grade school kid in the 1970s, I was glad I was able to learn the Metric system only; it is so much easier than Imperial.

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    txmystic (formerly konjiki)  3 months ago

    Was that 5, Roy, and Franklin? Three underused characters in one comic!

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    gantech  3 months ago

    I wonder what made her freak out….“metric” or “think”…?

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    hazelnutking  3 months ago

    I feel that Roy and Franklin would have made a good duo. I can imagine a story arc in which the two of them share an adventure. What do other commenters think?

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    mindjob  3 months ago

    Think British Thermal Units (BTUs) j/k

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    Teto85 Premium Member 3 months ago

    To quote Lucy, (or was it Sally?) “16 ozzes in a lb.” Now, an ounce of water weighs one ounce and there are 8 ozzes in a cup, 2 cups in a pint and 2 pints in a quart and 4 quarts in a gallon. A gallon of water weighs 128 oozes or 8 lbs and that is so much easier than 1000 millilitres of water weighs a kilogram./s

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    Jonathan K.  3 months ago

    The constant conversions back-and-forth between the two systems was what was confusing. The metric system is very simple with everything being based upon multiples of ten.

    The best approach would have been to drop the old system completely and start anew.

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    KEA  3 months ago

    That’s really the secret THINK metric… get used to thinking of things in metric measure and STOP trying to convert from obsolete systems in which there is no system at all. (i feel better now)

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    WCraft Premium Member 3 months ago

    What a subversive group!

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    Mentor397  3 months ago

    Big Patrick pass it on.

    C’mon, has no one played telephone before?

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    JPuzzleWhiz  3 months ago

    “Hail fellow, well-metric!”

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    knight1192a  3 months ago

    Think a different system, pass it on.

    Doesn’t matter what the system is, could be meteric, Imperial, mesures usuelles, Scots units of measure, hands, ect.

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    Scoutmaster77  3 months ago

    Metric is easy!

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    The Orange Mailman  3 months ago

    Just thinking makes Peppermint Patty freak out.

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    poimen  3 months ago

    Metric to imperial is only kind of works I read that in the UK their imperial measurements I think are like 20 larger than the US ones.

    I use mm inch feet mile.

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