Peanuts by Charles Schulz for October 27, 2012

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    The#1BoiseStateFan  almost 10 years ago

    EASY

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    tmcleland  almost 10 years ago

    Ninja Linus!

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    Kharon  almost 10 years ago

    This is interesting strip, local translations never had it even though they had this story line.

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    orinoco womble  almost 10 years ago

    Zorro’s got nothing on our Linus! (contemporary joke, if you never saw the BW series you won’t get it)

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    GROG Premium Member almost 10 years ago

    Wasn’t there a commercial to that effect airing during the time this was printed?

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    skeeterhawk  almost 10 years ago

    Speaking of commercials: I remember the one with Robert Conrad daring someone to knock a battery off his shoulder.Probably available on ‘youboob’ right now.

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    Number Three  almost 10 years ago

    Now now, Children!

    LOL xxx

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    Darryl Heine  almost 10 years ago

    Why not a chip of a shoulder?

    Where’s Robert Conrad nowadays?

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    rkorny  almost 10 years ago

    Thanx 4 a reel laff!

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    tripwire45  almost 10 years ago

    Never mess with a boy and his blanket..especially when the Great Pumpkin his on his side.

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    summerdog86  almost 10 years ago

    It brings up the question…..where did “knock this chip off my shoulder” come from anyway?

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    ginkens001  almost 10 years ago

    Linus “Minnesota” Van Pelt

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    PShaw0423  almost 10 years ago

    dheine1971: Robert Conrad is still around — he’s 83 now..summerdog: “Chip on his shoulder” is one of those phrases that never did make much sense, and no one is sure exactly how it came about, but it’s been documented as far back as 1817. According to Yahoo! Answers, “The term ’Chip on his shoulder” was reported as originating with the 19th century U.S. practice of spoiling for a fight by carrying a chip of wood on one’s shoulder, daring others to knock it off."

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    summerdog86  almost 10 years ago

    Thanks for doing the research, Scaaty. I was thinking along those lines of where it came from.

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    summerdog86  almost 10 years ago

    Thanks for the replies, orinoco womble and Joe Cool.

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    Number Three  almost 10 years ago

    @Cookies333

    Not really… The teachers at my College are very nice and helpful.

    What are your school teachers like?

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    kbyrdleroy  almost 10 years ago

    Reminds me of those William Conrad commercials where he dares you knock a battery off his shoulder.

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    summerdog86  almost 10 years ago

    Interesting, Bussy, thanks.

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    Auntie Socialist  almost 10 years ago

    Don’t mess with Linus. Beneath his mild demeanor lies the heart of the Lion.

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    lmchildress  almost 10 years ago

    This is one that never made the collections. I have them all, so I know. It’s in one of the complete collections, though, I imagine. I have all of those up to date, but I don’t recall this one.

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    blather046047  almost 10 years ago

    Indiana Jones would be proud.

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    Robeykr  over 9 years ago

    Charlie Brown, you forget that your friend Linus is the Brain in your group.

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