Peanuts by Charles Schulz for December 12, 2022

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    Asharah  6 months ago

    The Abu Hanifa Mosque is established in Baghdad, when the Grand Vizier of the Seljuk Empire, Abu Saad al-Khwarizmi or al-Mustawfi, builds a shrine for Abu Hanifa near his tomb.

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    knutdl  6 months ago

    At the Battle of Hastings on October 14, 1066, King Harold II of England was defeated by the

    invading Norman forces of William the Conqueror. ( Peppermint Patty did not have Google)

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    ronaldspence  6 months ago

    whatever happened, Patty knows she didn’t do it!

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    GeorgeInAZ  6 months ago

    Nothing. Christianity is the same since Christ began it. In 1611 the King James version of the Bible was published. It was translated from “enhanced” non-original manuscripts into English. Christianity remained the practice of following Jesus Christ.

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    mccollunsky  6 months ago

    Give her a multiple choice, teacher.

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    josh_bisbee  6 months ago

    The Battle of Hastings

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    A Common 'tator  6 months ago

    1066 is the reason we have so many French words in the English language…

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    cdillon85  6 months ago

    1066…outside of that terrorist William the Conqueror?

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    efkasper  6 months ago

    OK, so GoComics has jumped back to the comics originally published this week in 1975 from last week’s 1969 strips. It appears, for some reason, the editors decided that the December 8 – December 14 strips were not suitable for republishing. Take a look at them (starting at and see whether you can come up with any reasons why.

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    The Reader Premium Member 6 months ago

    Let’s say it was both a date and an address.

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    Display_Name_Is_Taken  6 months ago

    Easy. In 1066, 1065 ended.

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    ericarol6  6 months ago

    How about 1689 in London?

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    jagedlo  6 months ago

    History isn’t PP’s field of expertise…but then again, there are a lot of things that aren’t her field of expertise…

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    Darryl Heine  6 months ago

    At last, Peanuts daily 1975 strips finally resume after being replaced by 1969 strips thanks to the pre Thanksgiving site shutdown. But is that 1975 Peppermint Patty/Marcie week long football related arc not ever going to be rerun at all unless the Snoopy practicing skating for the Olympics few day arc appears tomorrow?

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    Darryl Heine  6 months ago

    The year of 1066 was 900 years before Peppermint Patty first appeared in the Peanuts comic strip.

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    Ellis97  6 months ago

    What happened in that year?

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    Decepticomic  6 months ago

    How are you going to succeed in life if you can’t remember what happened in some random year in some part of the world?

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    Just-me  6 months ago

    1066? The Battle of Hastings. Saw it on the History Channel a while back.

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    Blu Bunny  6 months ago

    I don’t know ma’am, I wasn’t around until 1966

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    kaycstamper  6 months ago

    Guiscard conquers Messina and marches into central Sicily. June 28 – Count Floris I is ambushed on a retreat from Zaltbommel and killed by German troops at Nederhemert. Most of West Frisia (later part of the County of Holland) is conquered and annexed by the Holy Roman Empire…1061.

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    DHBirr  6 months ago

    King Harald Hardrada of Norway was killed at the Battle of Stamford Bridge while invading England. So were lots of his troops: the Norwegians arrived in 300 ships, but only 24 ships were needed to carry away the survivors.

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    preacherman  6 months ago

    A, the battle of Hastings pitting the English under King Harold and the Norman French invasion of William the Conqueror. Yes, that certainly changed England.

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    Kaputnik  6 months ago

    Quite a few things happened. DHBirr mentions the failed Norwegian invasion of England that immediately preceded the successful Norman one. But I suspect that many things happened that didn’t involve the British Isles.

    But for an authoritative (ahem) guide to English history, allow me to recommend 1066 and All That by Sellar and Yeatman.

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    Blaidd Drwg Premium Member 6 months ago

    I do remember studying 1066 a very long time ago. So I remember the year, but not why I should remember it!!

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    ǝlɐ⅁ Premium Member 6 months ago

    “Hmm…something with Harold the Hardheaded, right, teacher?”

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    uniquename  6 months ago

    It’s a distance.

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    coreym5  6 months ago

    Glad we’re back to 1975!!

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    mindjob  6 months ago

    1054: Crab Nebula first observed by the Chinese

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    Daltongang Premium Member 6 months ago

    1066 you ask? Yes I know what happened in 1066, the French and the English met at Hastings field for a ball game. The French won the game 5 – 4. The English shortstop muffed a double play allowing the French runner to score the winning run in the top of the 9th. Sadly the English were at the bottom of their batting order and Harold struck out leaving a man on base, ending the game.

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    geese28  6 months ago

    I’ve actually seen an address for 1066. Pretty decent corner house

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    John Jorgensen  6 months ago

    The only thing I can think of is that Normans conquered England.

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    Robert Wilson Premium Member 6 months ago

    “1066 and All That: A Memorable History of England – Comprising All the Parts You Can Remember Including One Hundred and Three Good Things, Five Bad Kings, And Two Genuine Dates” by W.C. Sellar is an excellent satire of English history.

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    Change it to 1966,and she’ll know that’s the year Sandy Koufax retired

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    Jonathan K.  6 months ago

    What happened in 1066 stayed in 1066.

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    gcarlson  6 months ago

    A lot of Saxon violence.

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    knight1192a  6 months ago

    Unless it’s sports, Peppermint Patty has no clue. And as it’s being asked in school, it’s a year and not an address.

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    JoeMartinFan Premium Member 6 months ago

    Hmmm…now I’m curious about what Peppermint Patty knows about what happened at 1066 the address, and exactly where is 1066…

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    Otis Rufus Driftwood  6 months ago

    Wasn’t the Battle of Hastings in 1066?

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    kennnyp  6 months ago

    the good old battle of hastings…i chose my phone number from that battle….ends in …1066… ( i know…i’m wierd…)

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    EnlilEnkiEa  6 months ago

    I believe the question is moot without specifying “where”.

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    Mariomonster500  6 months ago

    I think she said 1066 AD, the year that William the Conqueror conquered England and became it’s first really instated king. Just a thought.

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    tvstevie  5 months ago

    If it was an address, the teacher would have asked, “What happened On 1066?”

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    CalLadyQED  5 months ago

    I know! I know! My ancestor William, Duke of Normandy, was crowned King of the English on Christmas Day at Westminster Abbey.

    I’m planning to be there in 2066 for the millenniel anniversary memorial. Anyone else want to join me?

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