However, this first ran on 1/17/1952, so that wasn’t an option.
Ohio has quite a few steep areas. Much of the geology in the northern part of the state is shale and the rivers have cut quite steep paths through this. They’re not tall, but they are steep.
Be Prepared is the Boy Scout motto. Cub Scouts have Do Your Best. And of course, Charlie Brown is too young to be in scouting. Even first graders were excluded up until 1982 when they introduced Tiger Cubs (and even then they were considered a separate program from regular Cub Scouts until 2001).
Not because he’s left handed specifically, but because he also wears his baseball mitt on his left hand.
Toyota has a poll for the plural. Prii won. (Of course this is distinct from should it have won). https://pressroom.toyota.com/toyota-announces-the-plural-of-prius/
One of our Goldens is in complete agreement with Annie. While they both use the door freely all day, when it’s time for their “outside go potty” trip first thing in the morning or just before bed, she’ll dance in front of the door waiting for me to open it before she’ll head out.
I’m ashamed that Sophie’s grammar is better then mine.
Seems like the start to Lillibullero, an old song. Purcell published this as “A New Irish Tune” and put it down in the key of G with a single note in the fourth bar for harpsichord, but the version with two notes in the fourth bar also seems to be common — perhaps from some of the adaptations that added words to the tune (for example has the two notes in https://www.music-scores.com/midi.php?sheetmusic=Purcell_Lilliburlero in an arrangement in C). The version as a march has the single note: e,g, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DK27j2CFrqc.
If the calendar on this site is accurate, I first see this strip Sept 3 1951.
Article link is https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-lists/20-people-you-wont-believe-have-grammys-149805/sam-kinison-2-50337/