Some of you remember my freaky relationship with all things Peanuts. So is it any wonder I'm a little nervous, and a little excited about the Peanuts Movie?
Wanders, you'd make a fine creative consultant to the Peanuts Movie.One of the posters yesterday pointed out that Adam's appearance varies from strip to strip. I must point out that that is NOT Adam in today's first panel. It's Terry's freshman social studies teacher.
Charlie Brown would be a much better bet than Adam. He's kind, conscientious, a loyal friend. Trusting and moral. OK, a bit of a depressive personality, but that can be overcome.Of course, anybody would be a better bet than Adam.
Wanders, I don't think that you're taking Terry Bryson's emotional turmoil seriously enough.
Wow, Adam sure is looking "dreamy" today! Nyuk-nyuk-nyuk!
Naturally Charlie Brown is terrified towards her advances.
As Charlie Brown himself would say as this story line lumbers on..."Oh Good Grief!"
Mary is the floating head master. She summons the floating heads to your bedroom. She wants you to be with the person depicted as the floating head, or someone that looked more or less like that at one time or another. Don't fight the floating head, Terry. If you try to shake it off, it will just follow you to work, or, in your case it could actually be the real non-floating head attached to the actual corporeal being. What if Mary gets busy slaving over a special tuna apple cake and forgets to call off Adam's floating head and it floats up in the presence of actual Adam or maybe Adam from his high school yearbook. What if Terry loses her mind and starts spilling security secrets to the Chinese. What I'm saying is, enough with the floating heads, Mary. You thought you could use them to hasten your emotional manipulation, but the power has corrupted you, Mary and disastrous consequences await. Also, Jeff's been calling you for days to see if you want to go out for dinner. You can pick the place.
Wanders, I've been to the Charles Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa CA. One of the exhibits had the following text:On Schulz's eleventh birthday in 1933, he received Clare Briggs' book, 'How To Draw'. Briggs, who died in 1930, had been a working cartoonist since the 1890s. He created many strips including 'When a Feller Needs a Friend' and 'Someone's Always Taking the Joy Out of Life' I wonder if this is where Ms. Moy also takes her inspiration?
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