Either that, or he has a really small Andrew Wyeth painting in there (I’m pretty sure this is after the fire that destroyed his van Gogh)
Actually, burpees and squat-thrusts are two (slightly) different things; a “burpee” is crouch, then squat thrust, then stand.
Is Brewster going to release the rocks? Or the bees? Or the rocks with bees on them, so that when the rocks hit, they shoot bees at them?
11? I thought they were in seventh grade.
What I would like to know is, where is this mysterious city that has any 24-hour milk shake places, much less, what is it now, four of them, all with drive-thrus?
Cosplay is the “future”? Greg has obviously never been to a GenCon. Every year, usually the Sunday before the Super Bowl at around noon Eastern, the Internet slows to a crawl for a couple of hours, followed by significant wailing and gnashing of teeth – by the people who tried and failed to get a hotel within walking distance of the convention center. It’s not all gamers. (Do a YouTube search for “gencon costume (or cosplay) parade.”)
“The strike is over – we’ve found the money for more supplies! We’ll just stop spending all of that money on performing musicals! Seriously, have you seen what licensing fees are?”
Charlie Brown shouldn’t worry; it’s not as if Snoopy can’t hit more home runs next season, or (checks the date on the strip) the 25 seasons after that…oh, wait, I don’t think Snoopy ever hit another home run. For that matter, I don’t remember seeing Snoopy hitting any of his first 713.
“Scapegoat” is someone who takes the blame for others’ mistakes. “Goat,” back in the strip’s day, meant someone who made the mistake in the first place.
No wonder Charlie Brown’s team always loses – except for when they plays Peppermint Patty’s team, they can’t even see the other players!