History Headscratchers / Peanuts

11th Mar '16 6:46:36 PM SgtFrog1
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** I always thought it was a term of great respect, and "ma'am' felt too "old-lady-ish".
10th Jan '16 7:35:38 PM InsertCleverNameHere
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10th Jan '16 7:35:33 PM InsertCleverNameHere
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** Because AdultsAreUseless

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** Because AdultsAreUseless
AdultsAreUseless.

* Why does Marcie keep calling Peppermint Patty "sir" if she knows she's a girl?
10th Jan '16 7:28:30 PM InsertCleverNameHere
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**Because AdultsAreUseless
10th Jan '16 4:24:22 PM jaredthedecimator
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** Maybe their owners gave them up. Spike lived with coyotes for a while, so I'm guessing he ran away from his owners. As for Olaf, maybe his owners didn't like how chubby he was. He was, after all, voted the World's Ugliest Dog in his first appearance in the strip.
28th Dec '15 3:18:09 PM Gojirob
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* How did Lucy, in 'It Was A Short Summer', manage to sign them all up for summer camp without their or their parents' input, signatures, permission and have it mean anything? Their parents might have to pay for this, and some might not want their kids to leave town, having plans of their own. I know, it's Lucy, it's a cartoon, all that but this seems to not only break the law, it seems easily overturned, and not everyone takes it the way Charlie Brown does.
8th Nov '15 12:01:42 AM zoop
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** Also, this was one instance where Charlie Brown was doing something for someone else instead of himself. He never wins at football or baseball for ''himself,'' but when he challenges a bully to avenge ''Rerun,'' then he wins.
4th Sep '15 4:22:01 PM nombretomado
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** Maybe, although he doesn't love her and indeed finds her annoying, he nonetheless on some level appreciates the company and the attention. In the early sixties there was a storyline in which Lucy and Linus move away, supposedly for good. Schroeder is shown playing piano alone, when the hovering musical notes fade away and are replaced by an adoring Lucy, leaning on the staff. He stops playing and says, "Don't tell me [[ShoutOut I've become accustomed]] [[MyFairLady to]] ''[[MyFairLady that]]'' [[MyFairLady face]]!"

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** Maybe, although he doesn't love her and indeed finds her annoying, he nonetheless on some level appreciates the company and the attention. In the early sixties there was a storyline in which Lucy and Linus move away, supposedly for good. Schroeder is shown playing piano alone, when the hovering musical notes fade away and are replaced by an adoring Lucy, leaning on the staff. He stops playing and says, "Don't tell me [[ShoutOut I've become accustomed]] [[MyFairLady [[Theatre/MyFairLady to]] ''[[MyFairLady ''[[Theatre/MyFairLady that]]'' [[MyFairLady [[Theatre/MyFairLady face]]!"
18th Aug '15 11:24:08 PM greenwings
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** The specials don't take place in the same year, maybe? Or perhaps Sally told her parents what happened and got them to buy her some candy to make up for it, and she counts that as her Halloween candy.

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** The specials don't take place in the same year, maybe? Or maybe they're not supposed to be canon to each other? Or perhaps Sally told her parents what happened and got them to buy her some candy to make up for it, and she counts that as her Halloween candy.
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