Why destroy anything? Somehow I think Charles Schultz would have a bone to pick with you.
You can't say what Charles Schultz would do. His trust let Diana Dixon use his characters, speaks for itself. Schultz was a contemporary and his museum in Santa Rosa, CA is a great experience and a learning experience of what kind of person he was and his point of view.
"Now that's funny, I don't care who you are ... that there's funny!"
This is a great cartoon. While growing up I always enjoyed the Peanuts cartoon and went straight to the cartoon page to read Peanuts before reading anything else. Thanks for posting this.
Schulz cartoons were topical. He was so talented.
I don't know. I guess if you want to you come to the forum to taunt people about their political views it's your call.
What I want is to have a good laugh because of great wit and insight.
Sure, I know that's what you think. It can be hard to see things from anyone's point of view but your own.
Please stop twisting my posts. I got that you don't like Trump. It is fueling your views.
It means using terms like liberal or conservative as an insult. Its a blanket statement and usually a last ditch attempt to salvage an argument in politics. When somebody starts using this brand of pejorative, theyve essentially resorted to name calling and cant be taken seriously. As far as the misspelling goes, that happens when you respond on your phone.
Well, that's a sure fire way to have people not take you seriously. Pulling out the ideological perjoritive card simply goes no where.
Dean I'm not sure what "ideological perjorative" means. And I think it's spelled "pejorative."
I think people here are feeling a little triggered. And I think that was Kendra's intent with the original post. So well done.
Saying what other people think holds no merit.
That makes no sense in the context of the thread you started. Go back and look at what you were really saying: "people who don't agree with Kendra think [fill in the blank]."
I absolutely LOVE Trump's presidency so far. My entire life I've hated US mass media, and thought that it was simply insulting to everyone by constantly telling us how we should think and feel about things. I'm still insulted by it. I'm so glad that we've finally got a President that calls the media what it is.
This sort of stuff is meant to stay on the topical half of the forums.
Somehow I doubt the late, great Charles Schulz (or whoever currently controls his copyrights) would be cool with this.
Have you visited his museum? It's quite an eye opener. The responses he received from readers regarding prayer in schools, draft, women rights, and civil rights.
No I haven't but I would love to someday. I grew up reading "Peanuts" and first started learning to draw by tracing his characters out of the Sunday paper.
Schulz was topical, but his work was never out-and-out "political." That's why I doubt he would find the parody funny
Its all good, I don't know this Dixon Diaz. His opinion and another quarter could buy me a cup of coffee.
There is more than a treasure trove of great cartoons lampooning Trump and the other side. It is a free country but the test as to which political pole shall win the day will be determined in November 2018 and 2020.
So, I guess we will see just whose world is up for a sea change?
by Sauvignon 8 years ago
I vote for Aladdin if we are going Disney- otherwise its Jerry Mouse!
by Paul Winngert 2 years ago
or to entertain his fellow tRump supporter and Hubpage user, colorfulone.
by Kenna McHugh 12 months ago
"The people who make a difference in your life are not the ones with the most credentials...the most money.. or the most awards. They simply are the ones who care the most." -- Charles Schultz
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