Peanuts by Charles Schulz for September 28, 2023

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    ronaldspence  10 months ago

    Earth to Patty, earth to Patty!

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    WaywardWind  10 months ago

    Well, she seems smarter at obedience school.

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    Clone Arranger  10 months ago

    Part of this has to be her father’s fault.

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    EnlilEnkiEa  10 months ago

    “Play dead” should be interesting.

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    eced52  10 months ago

    Maybe she will get a treat today.

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    hariseldon59  10 months ago

    I can see the instructors having a good time laughing at her.

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    Troglodyte  10 months ago

    Patty’s dogged persistence is admirable! :D

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    Blu Bunny  10 months ago

    Learn by doing, instead of use it in a sentence.

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    Chris  10 months ago

    Peppermint Patty is the dog!? Ha ha ha ha ha! :D

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    win.45mag  10 months ago

    I bet she aces hole digging

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    Darryl Heine  10 months ago

    Why “Learn by doing”?

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    jagedlo  10 months ago

    At least PP isn’t complaining about dog germs like Lucy would…

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    Decepticomic  10 months ago

    Trainer’s inner monologue: “This feels wrong, but money’s money.”

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    nsr60  10 months ago

    Ace is a diploma mill. They’ll take anyone who will pay their tuition.

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    Ellis97  10 months ago

    When are you going to see things clearly, sir?

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    SquidGamerGal  10 months ago

    There is no way she is that dumb!

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    dflak  10 months ago

    I took a course to train us to be facilitators (How to run a meeting – a skill people who host debates have not seem to have mastered.)

    In it we learned about how people learn and we took a test to evaluate our learning styles. I was off scale in visual and kinesthetic. If I can see it and I can do it, I can master it. I scored exceptionally poor on audio. I forget the details of the spoken word before the sound bounces off the wall behind me). Which is why I carry around a spiral notebook, that has on the cover, my name followed by the words “Short Term Memory.”

    The only other person whose learning style came close to me was a fellow aviator. People of this learning profile must fit the job description of pilot.

    So, yes, learning by doing is very important to some of us.

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    Wizard of Ahz-no relation  10 months ago

    you’d think the teachers would say something. I once too ka class at my office on emergency response and we were trained on the defribulator. one woman, looking down at the body, having checked it’s life signs seemed stuck. so the paramedic gave her a clue- use the pads. It’s sort of hard to describe what happened next but imagine the instructor loudly declaring “ON the dummy! not on you!”

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    SusieB  10 months ago

    I’d wager a Poodle and a Border Collie would both be smarter than poor PP

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    preacherman Premium Member 10 months ago

    It’s hard to believe that a kid that can put together a winning baseball team, that regularly wipes out Chuck’s team, could be, in most other things, dumb as a post. I wonder is this might’ve been Schulz’s comment on baseball managers.

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    EXCALABUR  10 months ago

    Sad part is, is that the school is going along with it

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    gregcomn  10 months ago

    “Who’s a good girl!”

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    Can't Sleep  10 months ago

    Montessori it ain’t.

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    [Unnamed Reader - 14b4ce]  10 months ago

    That’s probably the first correct answer Peppermint has given in school in a long time.So she IS improving!

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    John Jorgensen  10 months ago

    Another strip that breaks my suspension of disbelief. Whenever we see her interacting with one of the school’s staff members, I can’t wrap my head around why the unseen adult is insisting on treating her like a dog. This doesn’t even admit the possibility that he might somehow be mistaking her for one.

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    jbruins84341  10 months ago

    I will bet the instructor is thrilled to finally have a student who can not only hear, but answer!

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    geese28  10 months ago

    Might help her jaw muscles

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    Ishka Bibel  10 months ago

    fetchez la vache

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    barksm  10 months ago

    This is humiliating.

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    WCraft Premium Member 10 months ago

    Well, as an educator I learned the the 3 levels of concept retention: 1- lecture 2 -Demonstration/Video/Display 3 – (the most impactful) is the actual “doing” aka hands on.

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    JastMe  10 months ago

    Which kid thinks Snoopy is a kid?

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    Otis Rufus Driftwood  10 months ago

    I rarely say this about ‘Peanuts’. But I wish for this arc to end?

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    dlestersprint0  10 months ago

    This is so sad making a child look so stupid.

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