Peanuts by Charles Schulz for December 07, 2016

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    Храм С.О.Д. (Templo S.U.D. ucraniano)  almost 6 years ago

    good luck, Lucy, on counting all the grains of sand on the beach

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    bigcatbusiness  almost 6 years ago

    Now try counting how many drops of water the ocean has.

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    Partyalldatyme  almost 6 years ago

    I can save you some time, Lucy. Just count every other snowflake, then multiply by two.

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    gantech  almost 6 years ago

    “And though the holes were rather small, they had to count them all…”

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    Adiraiju  almost 6 years ago

    “How many are there?”

    “All of ’em!”

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    Kip W  almost 6 years ago

    LIke sand through an hourglass, these are the flakes of our snow.

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    dustspecks Premium Member almost 6 years ago

    I demand a recount! Even though the result will be the same :-)

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    johnnydoc5  almost 6 years ago

    I got about 96.

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    noribori  almost 6 years ago

    You have to take into account the negatives (already melted flakes), fractions of snowflakes, the irrational snowflakes (which change during fall) and the complex snowflakes (also called imaginary snowflakes), which are clumping together.It’s not as easy as it seems, actually.

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    Charlie Fogwhistle  almost 6 years ago

    Counting snow? Gee, I don’t know. Now give me a nearly endless herd of cows as I pass them in a car, that’s much easier. You just count the legs and divide by four. (Ba-da-boom!)

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    cubswin2016  almost 6 years ago

    Either Linus is very good at math or he is a liar.

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    Spiderverse117  almost 6 years ago

    Linus also knows the exact number of stars in the universe and the last digit of PI

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    GROG Premium Member almost 6 years ago

    Are you going to keep her in suspense?

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    Godfreydaniel  almost 6 years ago

    @Chess PirateGive me a few quadrillion centuries!

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    Number Three  almost 6 years ago

    Please don’t say that all snowflakes are different because you can’t prove that.


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    knight1192a  almost 6 years ago

    I only bother tying to count flurries, and only then as long as it’s not a flurry storm.

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    Jim Kerner Premium Member almost 6 years ago

    The answer my friend is blowing in the wind.

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