She just wants to see it on her schedule, lol.
We had cattle when I was growing up and occasionally put out salt blocks for them. They were about 50 pounds each and came in different “flavors.” A plain salt block was white, a mineralized salt block was kind of chocolate colored, and a sulfur salt block was yellow (the sulfur was supposed to release through the cattle’s skin to help keep flies away).
That is one strong branch.
It’s over. So we move on without much resolved.
Very Cheshire cat-like.
Heathcliff is not impressed.
Possibly, but I think it’s more likely inspired by a number of books published in the early 70s that some U.S. schools banned from their libraries. A few of these books were stories about animals, and Schulz might have decided to make a connection with the “Bunny-Wunny” books he’d used in the strip before.
Ha! I was thinking I hope Linus isn’t paying him by the hour.
Not to mention a couple dozen Perry Mason TV movies were made in the late 80s and early 90s before Raymond Burr passed away.
Maybe Friendly gave Ziggy a point on his mortgage for the sign . . .