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By the way,buddy,just so you know,this time you have gone too far with your negative feedback towards me and I am reporting you. So if you have any brains at all and know what’s good for you you’d better knock it off; I’m not kidding. This is a free country and each and every one of us is entitled to say what we want and not have to stand for such uncalled-for abuse.
I think he actually does,it’s just that he never gets any in return.
Correction-only ten months-Beethoven’s birthday is in December.
That’s right,the Great Pumpkin special is another fine example; the Peanuts strips from late October 1962 were used pretty much verbatim in that one also.
Hilarious ending,as she throws the book at him.
As had seemed so “politically incorrect”back in the day,for a boy to hit a girl,or for a man to hit a woman for that matter, I’m sure.
The quintessential example of what can happen to us when we actually dare to do something that ordinarily we cannot bring ourselves to do;in this case, something DRASTIC,and we pay the price for our dare by getting challenged and only end up regretting it in the end.
Lucy’s expression in Panel 4 is too much;if it really was “politically incorrect”back in the day for a male to hit a female in general, I’m glad CB had managed to get Lucy back by kicking her house.
The real especial disadvantage to being bald.