Charles Monroe Schulz (November 26, 1922 – February 12, 2000), nicknamed Sparky, was an American cartoonist, whose comic strip Peanuts proved one of the most popular and influential in the history of the medium and is still widely reprinted on a daily basis.
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I know I stopped reading Peanuts as a kid when I realized Charles Schulz would never fin…
Two enthusiastic dogs just made a straight beeline for me and demanded to be petted. . Charles Schulz was right. "Happiness is a warm puppy".
In 1962 the Dead Sea Scrolls found themselves starring a Peanuts comic by Charles Schulz, although we never took...
Our Disney University instructor showed us this philosophy today (incorrectly attributed to Charles Schulz) and it kinda ch…
Charles Schulz, the genius behind "Charlie Brown" designed these 2 quizzes. How will you do?
The rights to Charles M. Schulz's Peanuts, home of Snoopy and Charlie Brown, are up for sale: sources…
The rights to Charles Schulz' Peanuts and Snoopy are going back on the market. Which corporation will buy it?
A whole stack of memories never equal one little hope. Charles Schulz
"I love mankind its people I cant stand!!" -Charles M. Schulz
"Don'. worry about the world combng to an end today. It's already tomorrow in Australia." Charles Schulz
No disrespect to Charles Schulz's work, but Joe Biden is the original Joe Cool and no one can convince me otherwise.
Just hanging with 3 of my favorite men: Charles Schulz, Charles Brown and Charles Shaw.
"Don't worly about the world coming to an end today. It's already comorrow in Australia." Charles Schulz
So in Graham talks about Charles Schulz as being native to Northern Cali. DUDE, he's a midwestern boy from Saint Paul.
"Life is like a ten-speed bicycle. Most of us have gears we never use.". - Charles Schulz
“Absence makes the heart grow fonder, but it sure makes the rest of you lonely.” . ― Charles M. Schulz
"Good grief!" Today in 1922: Charles Schulz, creator of "Peanuts," is born. 1985 "Peanuts" lunch box:
I think I've discovered the secret of life - you just hang around until you get used to it. . - Charles Schulz, born on this…
How Charles Schulz, born on this in 1922, made an art of difficult emotions with his beloved Peanuts
Charles Schulz Draws Charlie Brown in 45 Seconds and Exorcises His Demons. He was born on this day in 1922.
In honour of what would have been Charles M Schulz's birthday - and he (or Schroeder) makes a good point here... https:…
For Charles Schulz's birthday, a lovely vintage field guide to love from Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang
Charles Schulz was born on this day in 1922. Here is the story of his underappreciated civil rights advocacy
Charles M. Schulz, Civil Rights, and the Previously Unseen Art of Peanuts via
Happy Birthday, Charles Schulz, born on this day in 1922.
is still great after all these years. Thank you Charles Schulz, Bill Melendez, and Lee Mendelson. ❤️
Peanuts + Charles Schulz + Women's Sports + Feminism + USWNT = This piece just gave me all the feels.
Wonderful essay if you love Peanuts, Charles Schulz, and sports gender equalty. via
Charles Schulz, Walt Kelly, Dave Sim, Naoko Takeuchi...how did they do it?
.Winner Bill Maudlin's "Willie and Joe" often celebrated by Charles Schulz's Snoopy.
Charles Schulz, the creator of "The Crow" comic book, donated all the money he made from the film in honor of Brandon Lee.
"Peanuts...Naturally," a look at Charles Schulz's exploration of the natural world, opens today at
Snoopy Tennis, 1960s - original vintage poster by Charles M. Schulz listed on
"Decorate your home. It gives the illusion that your life is more interesting than it really is.". Charles M. Schulz
My life has no purpose, no direction, no aim, no meaning, and yet Im happy. I cant figure it out. What am I doing right. Charles M. Schulz
Peanuts by Charles Schulz for June 04, 2016. . (click to guffaw)
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Try not to have a good time ... This is supposed to be educational. -- Charles Schulz
"That's the secret to life... replace one worry with another." - Charles M. Schulz
Charles M. Schulz (Charlie Brown Comic) got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1996
Nothing takes the taste out of peanut butter quite like unrequited lov...
What's the good of living if you don't try a few things?. ~ Charles Schulz. Early Morning https:/…
All you need is . But a little now and then doesn't ― Charles M. Schulz
"All you need ps love. But a little khocolate now and then doesn't hurt."k- Charles z. Schulz
"All you need is love. But a little chrcolate now and thek doesn't hurt." - Charles M. Schulz
A friend is someone you can trust with your library card. -Charles Schulz.
Sally Brown is the younger sister of Charlie Brown in the comic strip Peanuts by Charles Schulz. Charlie Brown's...
A1: Always been inspired by comic strips + superheroes, from Charles Schulz to Art Spiegelman to Stan Lee.
Why is Charles Schulz in the Hockey Hall of Fame? via
Pigskin Peanuts headed to Patriot Place: The famous work of Charles Schulz is coming to The Hall...
no one but Vince Guaraldi and Charles Schulz got any royalties from the Charlie Brown Christmas album. the other musicians go…
Christmas is doing a little something extra for someone.--Charles Schulz
"Don't worry abput the world coming tc an ecd hoday. It's airsady tomorrow in Australia." Charles Schulz
CBS hated it, Charles Schulz hated it... and other "Charlie Brown Christmas" trivia. Do you watch it every year?
Peanuts cartoonist Charles Schulz on the necessity of loserdom
All I really need is love, but a little candy now and then doesn't hurt. - Charles Schulz
Charles Schulz, the creator of "Peanuts," actually hated the jazz music featured in "A Charlie Brown Christmas."
Charles Schulz was a Liberal. So I guess viewers won't be watching A Charlie Brown Christmas?
What famous people do you share a birthday with? — Tina Turner, Charles Schulz, Natasha Bedingfield, Kristin Bauer …
Charles Schulz hated the name "Peanuts"—when people asked what he did, he answered, "I draw that comic strip with Snoopy in …
we all love Charles Schulz but Bill Watterson is the GOAT!
Many of us know the Nativity account Luke's gospel thanks to one Linus van Pelt. Charles Schulz beloved comic...
Charles Schulz, the American Kierkegaard. (I told you this last year BUT NO)
Artist known for his paintings of the Charles Schulz-inspired universe, opens show -
The Peanuts Movie mostly preserves the voice of Charles Schulz: The Peanuts Movie opens with a scene not dissi...
Chaucer, Voltaire & Twain all namechecked in this lovely portrait of Charles Schulz by Alistair Cooke
A pronunciation public service announcement for fans:. Charles Schulz did not name the goalie. It's Lee-nus Ullmark.
But what do I know? It was very important to Charles Schulz that Charlie Brown NEVER kick the football.
Then it was disclosed there were ethical lapses -- Dr. Charles Schulz, chair of psychiatry at University of Minnesota
See photos of Peanuts creator Charles Schulz at home in 1967:
Thanks for the compliments on Charles Schulz's Redwood Empire Ice Arena. My father was the Architect who designed it.
I grew up thinking Charles Schulz was spelled Schultz, so its not uncommon to misremember a spelling of familiar name.
In life, it's not where you go.. it's who you travel with. - Charles Schulz
I always liked Charles Schulz' thinking on it.
A thought about life, from famous cartoonist, Charles M. Schulz.
Found this photo of ME! Not mine, still its ME!Went to the Charles M Schulz Museum and Research Center in Santa Ro…
No problem is too big to run away from. -Charles M. Schulz
it would be the ability for each individual to learn to laugh at himself.”. - Charles M. Schulz
"Nobody remembers who came in second." Charles Schulz
No problem is so formidable that you can't walk away from it. - Charles M. Schulz
I am sooo going to the Charles M. Schulz museum and I am buying one of each pin they have!!!. And maybe a mug.
Happy 15th birthday to the Schulz Info Center! Let's celebrate with them today!
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown in the broadway musical based on the "Peanuts" comic strip by Charles M. Schulz
This piece on Charles Schulz, Bill Watterson and artistic integrity is fantastic and reads like butter
Excellent article on Charles Schulz, Bill Watterson and "selling out" in comics:
is a brilliant article on the twin poles of Charles Schulz and Bill Watterson.
Beethoven can't really be great because his picture isn't on a bubble gum card. \u2014 Charles Schulz
Everything I know about sarcasm was learned from Charles Schulz.
All you need is But a little doesn't hurt ~Charles Schulz
it's very Charles Schulz! Y'know, Linus and Charlie Brown leaning on the wall, pondering such weighty thoughts...
"Love is a valentine with lace all around the edges." - Charles Schulz
"Just remember, once you're over the hill you begin to pick up speed.". -- Charles Schulz
This was Charles Schulz's final Peanuts comic strip that ran on this date in 2000.
The following is the philosophy of Charles Schulz, the creator of the 'Peanuts' comic strip. You don't have to actually answer the qestions. Just ponder on them. Just read the e-mail straight through, and you'll get the point. 1. Name the five wealthiest people in the world. 2. Name the last five Heisman trophy winners. 3. Name the last five winners of the Miss America pageant. 4 Name ten people who have won the Nobel or Pulitzer Prize. 5. Name the last half dozen Academy Award winners for best actor and actress. 6. Name the last decade's worth of World Series winners. The point is, none of us remembers the headliners of yesterday. These are no second-rate achievers. They are the best in their fields. But the applause dies.. Awards tarnish. Achievements are forgotten. Accolades and certificates are buried with their owners. Here's another quiz. See how you do on this one: 1. List a few teachers who aided your journey through school. 2. Name three friends who have helped you through a difficult time. 3. Na ...
Nothing echoes like an empty postbox Charles Schulz
I love mankind... it's people I can't stand!! - CHARLES M. SCHULZ
You're a Feminist, Charlie Brown! // But in all seriousness, Charles Schulz was a huge supporter of …
Five years after his death, singer Michael Jackson is generating a fortune and is the top-earning dead celebrity, raking in an estimated $140 million in the past year for his estate, Forbes said on Wednesday. He earned more than twice as much as singer Elvis Presley, who died in 1977 and came in second with $55 million, and three times more than cartoonist and Peanuts comic strip creator Charles Schulz, who took third place with $40 million. “Few celebrities prove the point that there is (financial) life after death better than Michael Jackson,” according to Forbes. It is Jackson’s second straight year atop the list. He regained the title in 2013, a year after being pushed into second place by actress Elizabeth Taylor. Jackson’s second album released after his death, “Xscape” debuted at No. 2 on the pop charts in the past year and the singer also appeared as a hologram at the Billboard Music Awards. Two Cirque du Soleil shows, “Immortal” and “One,” account for much of Jackson’s earni ...
Ever wonder why Charles Schulz in the Hockey Hall of Fame? Here you go! .
COACH HUMP'S HISTORY FACTS 10/2 1187: Muslim leader Saladin captures Jerusalem after 88 years of Crusader rule. 1535: Jacques Cartier discovers the area where Montreal is located. 1780: John Andre, the British officer who turned in Benedict Arnold, is hanged by the American Revolutionaries as a spy. 1835: The Texas Revolution begins at the Battle of Gonzales. 1836: Charles Darwin returns to England from a 5 year journey on which he gathered information on which he based his Theory of Evolution. 1870: Rome was made capital of Italy. 1876: The Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas (Texas A&M) opens, 1889: In Colorado, Nicholas Creede strikes it rich in silver during the last great silver boom of the old West. 1919: President Woodrow Wilson is paralyzed by a massive stroke. 1920: The Cincinnati Reds and Pittsburgh Pirates play baseballs only triple header. 1925: John Logie Baird performs the first test of a working television system. 1950: Peanuts by Charles Schulz is first published. 1959: The tv ser ...
Charlie Brown (or perhaps Charles Schulz) reflecting on his modern world in a Peanuts strip from 1953.
Teacher and student friends, this is for you! (Charles Schulz, we thank you!)
Cartoonist Recalls the Advice of Charles Schulz - Oct. 2 marks 'Peanuts' anniversary
"I've developed a new philosophy... I only dread one day at a time." - Charles Schulz, Charlie Brown
just fell asleep while writing and woke to find i'd actually typed a string of Zs, because i was created by charles m schulz.
"If you're worried about the world ending soon, stop. It's already tomorrow in Australia - Charles Schulz
“Learn from yesterday, live for today, look to tomorrow, rest this afternoon.” -Charles M. Schulz
Before he drew Snoopy, Charles Schulz was a Staff Sergeant in the
BW: My writing influences are Charles Schulz and John Stanley. Many others, too.
JS: The work of John Stanley (Little Lulu) is big for me. Charles Schulz and Hank Ketcham, of course.
Jeff drew this tribute piece for Charles Schulz in 1999. Do you have a favorite moment in Peanuts?
“Don't waste your time with explanations: people only hear what they want to hear” Paulo Coelho Charles M. Schulz
“I think I'm afraid of being happy because whenever I get too happy something bad always happens.” . ― Charles M. Sch…
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If Mort Walker and Charles Schulz had a baby they'd name it Beagle Bailey.
It always looks darkest just before it gets totally black. CHARLES M SCHULZ
FRIDAY FISTFIGHT! Trouble brewing in the land of Peanuts. Charles M Schulz, 1964.
Watch how the creator of 'Peanuts' drew Charlie Brown, see it now right here:
Jogging is very beneficial. It's good for UR legs & UR feet. It's also very good for the ground. If makes it feel needed. -Charles M. Schulz
I love mankind - its people I can't stand. ~Charles M. Schulz,Go Fly a Kite, Charlie Brown
Here's 'Peanuts' creator Charles Schulz showing you how to draw Charlie Brown:
“Happiness is a warm puppy.” ― Charles M. Schulz . Enjoy the beautiful weather today! What do you have planned...
"To live is to dance, to dance is to live." - Charles Schulz [in Peanuts (Snoopy speaking)]
We just read a section on Charles Schulz from the book "Exhuberance: The Passion for Life" by Kay Redfield Jamison. And today Larry posted this which relates well to the theme of that book. Good lessons for the joy of life.
Obama is coming to town soon-. makes me wonder "what would Twin Cities legend, Charles Schulz, have to say about this"
St Paul, Minnesota! So exciting to realize that just about a third of all the people I meet are direct descendents of Charles Schulz.
A jam piece by Charles Schulz, Jack Kirby and Russell Myers. You read that right. I hope it's in a museum!
The Longing for Belonging "And let us not neglect our meeting together, as some people do, but encourage one another, especially now that the day of his return is drawing near."1 There is deep within the heart and soul of every one of us a need and longing to belong. The one who has no sense of belonging and being connected in relationship to at least one meaningful companion or friend, is more likely than not to become physically ill, depressed, a patient in a mental institution, or even suicidal. It may not be the most desirable but we can live without being in a romantic relationship, but we cannot live healthily without having at least one (and preferably more) healthy relationships. Not belonging, not feeling loved and accepted and/or being rejected can be one of life's most painful experiences. Ralph Keyes in his book Is There Life after High School? writes that Mia Farrow has never forgotten the time every girl but Mia was asked to dance. Nor did Charles Schulz of "Peanuts" cartoon fame ever forget ...
Congratulations to my brother in law, Charles Schulz, who will be pinning on the rank of Major today. Plus this dude just ran a half marathon! Pretty awesome all around.
Question Meredith Wild was asked what was her favorite book as a child. Was it: A) Where The Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein B) I Need All the Friends I Can Get, a Peanuts book by Charles Schulz. C) Charlie and The Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl
An excellent essay by on maternal guilt and Charles Schulz:
Heroes = writers who drew: Saul Steinberg, Shel Silverstein. Bonus points if you add the Midwest: Lynda Barry, Kurt Vonnegut, Charles Schulz
Ron Paul voted NO on giving Charles Schulz the Congressional Gold Medal. Live with that, Libertarians.
I just found out that Charles Schulz hated the name Peanuts | Teaser Trailer [HD] | FOX Family: via
For the first time ever, Snoopy, Charlie Brown and the rest of the gang we know and love from Charles Schulz's timeless "Peanuts" comic strip will be making their big-screen debut; like they've never been seen before in a CG-Animated Feature film in 3D.
First 3D 'Peanuts' Trailer Will Make You Feel All Warm and Fuzzy More than 30 years have passed since your favorite black-and-white beagle, Snoopy, and the rest of the Peanuts gang graced the big screen — which may be hard to believe. But that changes next year. Based on the comic strip created by the late Charles Schulz, Peanuts has lived on largely through newspaper comics, MetLife commercials, reruns of classic TV specials (A Charlie Brown Christmas) and the occasional viral video. Throughout all these incarnations, however, Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Linus and their friends have always been portrayed as 2D, hand-drawn characters. In a new Peanuts film slated for 2015 from 20th Century Fox and Blue Sky Studios (which brought you Ice Age), their entire world enters 3D. Read more... More about 3d, Entertainment, Film, Videos, and Peanuts
Peanuts | Teaser Trailer | FOX Family: via I think Charles Schulz would approve
In case anyone missed it: PIX is pleased to present the ToonSeum Director's Special Guest, Gary Groth. Founder and Publisher of Fantagraphics Books, widely considered the most important publisher of independent, creator-owned comics in North America, Groth, together with the late Kim Thompson, helped create and nurture the independent comics scene that emerged in the mid-1980's and is thriving today. As Mark Frauenfelder said on BoingBoing.com “His influence on the state of the contemporary American comics industry and on the art-form itself is difficult to overstate.” Fantagraphics introduced many readers to the Hernandez Bros.' Love and Rockets, Dan Clowes’ Eightball, Chris Ware's early Acme Novelty Library and Charles Burns' Black Hole series. They have also published beautifully designed collections from iconic cartoonists such as Charles Schulz (Peanuts), George Herriman (Krazy Kat), Carl Barks (Donald Duck) and Robert Crumb. Gary was also the founder and original editor of The Comics Journa .. ...
February 13-1984 Konstantin Chernenko succeeded the late Yuri Andropov as general secretary of the Soviet Communist Party's Central Committee./1991 During Operation Desert Storm, allied warplanes destroyed an underground shelter in Baghdad that had been identified as a military command center; Iraqi officials said 500 civilians were killed. /1997 The Dow Jones industrial average broke through the 7,000 barrier for the first time, closing at 7,022.44. /2000 Charles Schulz's final "Peanuts" comic strip ran in Sunday newspapers, the day after the cartoonist died at age 77./2002 John Walker Lindh pleaded not guilty in federal court in Alexandria, Va., to conspiring to kill Americans and supporting the Taliban and terrorist organizations. (Lindh later pleaded guilty to lesser offenses and was sentenced to 20 years in prison.)./2005 Ray Charles won eight posthumous Grammy awards for his final album, "Genius Loves Company."/2008 Seven-time Cy Young Award winner Roger Clemens denied having taken performance ...
General History for - The fifth wife of England's King Henry The Eighth, Catherine Howard, was executed for adultery. 1920 - The League of Nations recognized the perpetual neutrality of Switzerland. 1935 - A jury in Flemington, New Jersey, found Bruno Richard Hauptmann guilty of first-degree murder in the kidnap-death of the infant son of Charles and Anne Lindbergh. Hauptmann was later executed. 1960 - France exploded its first atomic bomb. 1965 - Peggy Fleming won the ladies senior figure skating title at Lake Placid, NY. 1980 - Opening ceremonies were held in Lake Placid, New York for the 13th Winter Olympics. 1988 - The 15th winter opened in Alberta, Canada. 1996 - The rock Rent, opened off-Broadway. 2000 - Charles Schulz's final Peanuts strip ran in Sunday's newspapers. 2001 - A 6.9 magnitude earthquake hit El Salvador, killing at least 402 people. It came exactly one month after another killed more than 800 people. 2002 - In Alexandria, Virginia, John Walker Lindh pleaded not guilty to a 10-count fed ...
Historical Events, this day February 12 In 1541, Santiago, Chile is founded by Pedro de Valdivia. In 1733, the American colony of Georgia was founded by James Oglethorpe. In 1855, Michigan State University was established at East Lansing, Mich. In 1877, Alexander Graham Bell's new invention, the telephone, was publicly demonstrated with a hookup between Boston and Salem, Mass. In 1909, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People was founded. In 1973, 116 prisoners of war were flown from Hanoi to the Philippines in the first release of U.S. POWs in North Vietnam. In 1993, about 5,000 demonstrators marched on Atlanta's State Capitol to protest the Confederate symbol on the Georgia state flag. In 1999, the U.S. Senate acquitted U.S. President Bill Clinton of impeachment charges. In 2000, Charles Schulz, creator of the popular comic strip Peanuts and the world of Charlie Brown and Snoopy, died of colon cancer at age 77. In 2001, a NASA spacecraft landed on the asteroid Eros. In 2004, South ...
In Memory of Cartoonist Morrie Turner (Dec. 11, 1923 – Jan. 25, 2014). Friend and colleague of Charles Schulz.
New Year's Day TV special! First aired on Jan. 1, 1986. Written by Charles Schulz, directed by Sam Jaimes & Bill Melendez. Melendez also did the voices for Snoopy & Woodstock (uncredited). This is the 30th prime-time animated TV special based upon the popular comic strip "Peanuts". This TV special was dedicated to Bernard Gruver (1923-1985) who was best known as one of the original animators of the Peanuts cartoon series. Jason Mendelson was the voice for Marcie. Jason is the son Lee Mendelson, the executive producer of this & other Peanuts specials. Jeremy Miller was the voice of Linus van Pelt. Miller also played Ben Seaver on the TV series "Growing Pains" (1985-92). Chad Allen was the voice of Charlie Brown. Allen also played Matthew Cooper on the TV series "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" (1993-98), & Tommy Westphall on the TV series "St. Elsewhere" (1983-88). The character of Westphall, who has autism, took on major significance in the final episode of "St. Elsewhere", where the common interpretation of t ...
"Big sisters are the crab grass in the lawn of life" -Linus van Pelt of Peanuts. God bless Charles Schulz
In 1947, Charles Schulz was working as an art instructor and cartoonist for a religious periodical when he began writing his own cartoon, “Li’l Folks,” and selling it to the St. Paul Pioneer Press and Saturday Evening Post. In 1950, he sold “Li’l Folks” to United Feature Syndicate, which renamed the strip “Peanuts,” a name Schulz never really liked, according to the Schulz Museum. The renamed cartoon made its syndicated debut on Oct. 2, 1950, appearing in eight newspapers. The four-frame debut strip, called “Good Ol’ Charlie Brown,” featured Charlie Brown skipping past Shermy and Patty, two characters who rarely appeared in later strips. In the last two frames, Shermy remarks, “Good Ol’ Charlie Brown … How I hate him!”
Charles Schulz's 'Peanuts' characters have become timeless classics, thanks to their long-lasting presence in newspapers and their many animated TV specials. (It's Arbor Day Again, Charlie Brown!) A big part of the characters' success is thanks to the classic 'A Charlie Brown Christmas' TV special.…
Thank You to the Boston Pops, Fender Musical Instruments, Legendary Pictures, Peanuts/Charles Schulz, Yes Network, Sandy Koufax and Dave Winfield, as well as the Baseball Hall Of Fame, the pre-Christmas HOF Concert silent auction is now underway !!
Happy Birthday to "Peanuts" creator, Charles Schulz, born on Nov. 26, 1922. You can find his works on Valleycat.
Tuesday Morning Sports: * Today is National Cake Day * Today is Shopping Reminder Day This Day in History: 1716 - The first lion to be exhibited in America went on display in Boston, MA. 1789 - U.S. President Washington set aside this day to observe the adoption of the Constitution of the United States. 1825 - The first college social fraternity, Kappa Alpha, was formed at Union College in Schenectady, NY. 1832 - Public streetcar service began in New York City. 1867 - J.B. Sutherland patented the refrigerated railroad car. 1917 - The National Hockey League (NHL) was officially formed in Montreal, Canada. 1941 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed a bill establishing the fourth Thursday in November as Thanksgiving Day. In 1939 Roosevelt had signed a bill that changed the celebration of Thanksgiving to the third Thursday of November. Birthdays Today: 1912- Eric Sevareid, journalist, news correspondent 1922- Charles Schulz, cartoonist, created "Peanuts" 1933- Robert Goulet, singer 1938- Rich Little, ...
Slippin' and slidin' around here this morning. Bay City, Saginaw, Midland got a sheet of ice overnight .. all schools closed ... so folks around here gotta scrape the windows .. and drive carefully. It's Tuesday, November 26th, and on this day in 1825, the Kappa Alpha Society was first organized .. 1834, the first streetcars went into operation in NYC .. 1864, Charles Dodgson, aka Lewis Caroll, published "Alice's Adventure Underground", aka Alice In Wonderland .. 1896, the University of Chicago beat the University of Michigan 7-6 in the first college fb game played Indoors .. 1956, The Price Is Right made its debut .. 1969, The Band's album "The Band" went gold .. and in 1962, the Beatles song "Please Please Me" was released in the U.S. on VeeJay Records .. however the first pressings listed the artists as the "BEATTLES" .. a huge typo, and I'll betcha those are worth a fortune now. Born on this day were Charles Schulz in '22 .. Robert Goulet in '33 .. Ray Brown of the 4 Freshmen in '38 .. Tina Turner ...
If today is your birthday.Happy Birthday! If You Were Born Today, November 26 Although you possess considerable common sense, you do question accepted rules. You are a seeker, yet your feet are on the ground. You want to create your own destiny, and and bumps and bruises along the way simply contribute to your growth, and you know it. Your emotions are up and down, although others may not always see this until they know you well. Your nature is irrepressible, yet you manage to earn others' respect at the same time. Famous people born today: Charles Schulz, Rich Little, Tina Turner, Natasha Bedingfield, Robert Goulet.
Tina Turner. Peanuts creator Charles Schulz. Robert Goulet. What are people born on 11/26 with nipple pie…
In Memory of Birthdays 11/16: * Robert Goulet (1933-2007) singer starred in 'Camelot' on Broadway. * Charles Schulz (1922-2000) 'Peanuts' cartoonist created Charlie Brown and Snoopy. In 1962 he won the Humor Comic Strip Award. *Eric Sevareid (1912-1992) radio and TV correspondent covered WWll news in Europe. * Marshall Taylor(1878-1932) first African-American cyclist and second black man overall, to win a world championship. * Bat Masterson (1853-1921) old western lawman and gambler became a sports reporter. * John Harvard (1607-1638) English minister gave half his estate and personal library to Massachusetts Bay Colony's New College then turned it into Harvard College.
Charles Schulz was born on this date in 1922. Let’s celebrate by considering how similar Schulz was to good old Charlie Brown.
Ladies and gentlemans, may I present, for your consideration, the most interesting man on Earth: Jamie Robinson. One Tuesday, he reversed Global Warming. He is the owner of toy trains. Many of them. He likes long walks on short beaches and knows every word to "We Didn't Start The Fire"...because he wrote it and was at every event mentioned in the song. The Hunt For Red October was loosely based on an experience he had in 4th grade. Charles Schulz named Linus' blanket after him (yes, the blanket is named "James"). He owns a PS6 but prefers the original NES system. His car is a rocket ship named Jackie O. His tears have healed diseased children...from long distance. He can raise and lower his blood pressure with his mind. He has mastered mind control (this is not a joke - trying saying "No" to him). He was asked to run for President of the United States but quit because, "Who really has the time". He wrote, directed and starred in "Mean Girls", but under the name "Tina Fey". He is the reason T ...
"You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown" is based on the beloved "Peanuts" cartoon strip by Charles Schulz. The Hill College Players and the Hill College Music Department are presenting the 1999 revised musical that was a Tony-winning success and won Kristin Chenoweth her first Tony. The show tells the story of a day in the life of Charlie Brown, with songs such as "Suppertime," "Beethoven Day," "The Book Report," "My Blanket and Me," and "Little Known Facts" and much of it is drawn from Schultz's cartoon strip. The characters featured in the show are: Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Sally Brown, Lucy Van Pelt, Linus Van Pelt and Schroeder. It is fun and very family-friendly! Performances at 7:30 p.m., on November 7, 8 and 9. The house will open at 7 p.m., and all tickets are $5 for the musical, $3 for under 10 and over 65. Hill College students, faculty, and staff are free with ID.
October 30, 2007…A year after losing the top spot to Nirvana's Kurt Cobain, Elvis Presley, with an income of $49 million during the previous 12 months, once again topped Forbes magazine's list of the highest-earning dead celebrities. John Lennon ranked second, "Peanuts" creator Charles Schulz was third, and George Harrison fourth.
Some of my fav Cartoonist i admire are Charles Schulz, Scott Adams, Sergio Aragones, Jim Davis, Stephan Pastis, and Gary Larson.
Charles Schulz "killed off" one of his Peanuts comic strip characters with an axe to the head.
Here you go folks... The next time you ignore an Introvert, as if they are second class, ignorant, unsociable people... Study your History! Famous Introverts: Albert Einstein, Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Joe Dimaggio, Mohandas Gandhi, Moses, Abraham Lincoln, J.K.Rowling, Audrey Hepburn, Sir Issac Newton, George Orwell, W.B. Yeats, Steve Wozniak (Brain behind Apple), Dale Carnegie, Steven Spielberg (Directed 1st Columbo episode as a kid), Larry Page (co-founder of Google), Charles Darwin, Clint Eastwood, Michael Jordan, Sir Alfred Hitchcock, Charles Schulz, Thomas Edison, and many many more. It's plain to see, that Introverts are always in your life, where ever you acknowledge it or not. From the computer you use, to the electricity in your home, to the phone you use, and the movies you enjoy... You would have none of these, without the Introvert... whom is always "thinking" and "observing" while the extroverts run their mouth contributing very little to society. Examples of Extroverts.. Bill Clinton (Liar ...
The greatest cartoonist is three Walt, Disney, Charles Schulz, Osamu Tezuka! .
Charlie Brown and Sally are standing at the bus stop. Cars are rushing past them, and Sally asks: “Who are all those people driving in those cars?” Charlie answers, “Those are people going to work.” Sally: “Work?” Charlie: “They used to wait for the school bus like we’re doing. Now they have to go to work every day for the rest of the lives.” “Good grief,” Sally says, “Whose idea was that?” (Charles Schulz, Peanuts, United Press Syndicate, Washington Post, 2.7.91) Well, Sally, work was God’s idea, but not work as we often experience it. For some people, work dulls the mind and numbs the heart. Every day, it’s the same thing, over and over again: the same people, the same programs, and the same problems; the same reports for the same silly reasons; the same meetings with the same agenda. The sameness of it all, the drudgery and boredom of it all, drives them crazy. For some people, work is all-consuming; it fills nearly all their waking hours. Amp ...
Rants and Raves for June 20, 2013: Welcome, summer, you have been missed! It seems like if I become a fan of someone, they die before they can finish their work: Steve Jobs, Charles Schulz, Walt Disney, and now Vince Flynn are four examples. Yesterday my favorite thriller author, Vince Flynn, died of prostate cancer. I will miss looking forward to his annual releases. I read that he was diagnosed with Dyslexia as a boy and received over 60 rejection letters before his first book, Term Limits, was published. He was the epitome of determination and persistence. The Atlanta Falcons have chosen a $1 Billion design for their new stadium. 20% of that will be funded by the taxpayers. I am very glad I do not live in Atlanta. The use of public funds is not necessarily the issue for me. Since there will be economic revenue to the city, regardless of the cost of a new stadium, some public funding is alright for me. But funding 20% of a $1 Billion dollar project is a total waste of taxpayer dollars. The Falc ...
"Like a ten-speed bike, most of us have gears we do not use." -- Charles Schulz "Everyone must row with the oars he has." -- English proverb "When spiderwebs unite, they can tie up a lion." -- Ethiopian proverb "Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body." -- Joseph Addison "You can't win unless you know how to lose." -- Kareem Abdul-Jabbar "You cannot shake hands with a clenched fist." -- Indira Gandhi "He that is good at making excuses is seldom good at anything else." -- Benjamin Franklin "Hold fast to dreams / For if dreams die / Life is a broken-winged bird / That cannot fly." -- Langston Hughes "Don't worry about knowing people; just make yourself worth knowing." -- Unknown "If you have much, give your wealth. If you have little, give your heart." -- Arab proverb "An angry man opens his mouth and shuts his eyes." -- Cato the Elder "There is a great distance between said and done." -- Puerto Rican proverb "Beware of a wolf in sheep's clothing." -- Aesop "Make friends before you need them." - ...
So now I read that Man of Steel has cool action, but he's not much of a hero in the movie. Protecting others is an afterthought for the character. I hope not, since that's a huge part of 'Superman' in my opinion. "I love mankind, it’s people I can’t stand." -Charles Schulz
Near the end of Charles Schulz life, a reporter asked the award winning "Peanuts" cartoon creator "Out of all the awards you have received over your glittering career, which one means the most to you?" Schulz responded, "the Combat Infantry Badge."...
Just like the lovable loser in Charles Schulz's iconic "Peanuts" comic strip, Perry wasn't very athletic, he didn't have a lot of friends and he "spent a lot of time as a loner." [...] when Perry was tapped to play Charlie Brown in the Northeast Children's Theatre Company's produ...
Friday chuckle..."Stan Schultz...that's Charles Schulz...no that's Charles Lindbergh"
Charles Schulz never failed to put a smile on my face :)
Crushed to learn of the death of Scott Miller of Game Theory and Loud Family. That bitter dude shaped me more than Charles Schulz did. RIP.
Hackensack executive Leifer in club that includes Walt Disney, George Lucas, and Charles Schulz: The CEO of SG...
"In the Book of Life, The answers aren't in the back" - Charles M Schulz
Lacking the IQ to make a virus to poison and infuriate the minds of young people for decades, Charles Schulz used art to purvey his hatred.
The executors of Charles Schulz's estate should definitely sue Laura Dern's face for copyright infringement
Fun fact about the wooden tiki in the background. It was given to me by the Charles M. Schulz (Snoopy) family.
Photo: heyoscarwilde: Down Is the New Up comic by Charles M. Schulz :: scanned from The Complete Peanuts ::...
Happiness is a warm puppy.Charles M. Schulz
quote WomenLeaders Life is like an ice-cream cone, you have to lick it one day at a time. ~Charles.M. Schulz quote WomenLeaders
Quote of the day: "My dog doesn't bite, but he is sometimes sarcastic." - Charlie Brown (Charles Schulz, 1922-2000)
Photo: Charles Schulz: gag cartoon for the Saturday Evening Post (1950)
Did you know? As a teen, wanted to be a cartoonist & corresponded w/ “Peanuts” creator Charles Schulz.
MT We just unlocked footage of Charles Schulz on "Good Morning America" from 1987:
I love your Snoopy background. Charles Schulz actually grew up in my home state of Minnesota.
Sunday morning Classical greats trivia - Who was the favorite classical composer of Charles Schulz, creator of the Peanuts comic strip?
In the book of life, the answers aren't in the back...Charles M. Schulz
Info for the Charles M. Schulz Museum, Ice Rink and Snoopy's Gift Shop & Gallery:
The museum is an experience & the Charles Schulz Museum & Ice Rink in Santa Rosa, CA is also worth the drive
Visit Santa Rosa, the home of Charles M. Schulz and the Peanuts, can also help to make your week feel a little...
Ever wonder what a letter from Charles Schulz would look like? Latest Zombie Boy Blog:
Interview with Charles Schulz, creator of the Peanuts Gang!
every DJ picks up their game for ASOT. I think it will be awesome. Markus Schulz at MSG is worth it alone.
Enjoying a good book at the Peter Gzowski (Sutton) Branch. "Good Books Make Good Friends" ~ Charles M. Schulz
"That's the only dog I know who can smell someone just thinking about food."~Charles M. Schulz
"You can't survive by sucking the juice from a wet mitten." -Charles "Things I've Had to Over and Over and Over"
The only thing I ever wanted to be was a cartoonist. That’s my Life. DRAWING. Charles Schulz
Never lie in bed at night asking yourself questions you can’t answer. - Charles M. Schulz
We spend most of yesterday leaning about Walt Disney and early animation and watching very early cartoons such as fantasmagorie (considered to be the first cartoon) and the first ever mickey mouse episode 'steam boat willie' later in the day i treated them to some 80's cartoons, he-man and she-ra. today we will be focusing on comic style animation and observing the progress of Garfield from Sunday paper comic strip, to tv cartoon, to big screen movie. and looking on the history of Jim Davis and other comic strip artist Charles Schulz
January 6, 1838…Samuel Morse gave his first public demonstration of the telegraph.1942…Pan American Airlines made the first commercial around-the-world flight.1952…Charles Schulz' comic strip "Peanuts" made its debut as a regular feature of Sunday newspapers in the U.S.1955…In a demo session at the Cotton Club in Lubbock, Texas, Elvis Presley recorded "Fool, Fool, Fool" and "Shake, Rattle And Roll." 1956…Elvis Presley performed in the gymnasium at Randolph High School in Pontotoc, Mississippi. This was his last appearance in a small auditorium.1958…Gibson patented the Flying V Guitar. After the initial launch in 1958, blues-rock guitarist Lonnie Mack and blues guitarist Albert King started using the Flying V almost immediately, but the guitars didn't sell well and the line was discontinued by 1959. In the mid-to-late 1960s, guitarists Dave Davies and Jimi Hendrix, in search of a distinctive looking guitar with a powerful sound, started using the Flying V. The renewed interest created a demand ...
By Greg Kandra Like a lot of people of a certain age, I remember well the first time I heard this gospel proclaimed – and it wasn’t in church. It was in my parent’s den, in Rockville, Maryland, watching an 18-inch Philco black and white TV. The person proclaiming the gospel wasn’t a priest or deacon or minister. It was a little boy with a blanket. It was “A Charlie Brown Christmas.”A few weeks ago, there was a documentary on PBS about Charles Schulz, the creator of “Peanuts,” and he talked about how that show came about, and the battles he had to fight with CBS. The executives were nervous about not having a laugh track…nervous about using real children for the voices…and they were REALLY nervous about having that piece of scripture included. God forbid that you should have a Christmas special that actually mentions Christ! But Schulz stuck to his guns. The result is one of television’s most beloved and most popular Christmas specials. And it lives on, even in the age of the DVD. A c ...
"In the 'Book of Life,' the answers aren't in the back." ~Charlie Brown by Charles Schulz
On this day in 2000, Charles Schulz published the last daily Peanuts strip.
that Charles Schulz was one smart guy!
Daily Monday, December 24, 2012 - - Peanuts by Charles Schulz for December 24, 2012
Christmas is doing something a little extra for someone :) -Charles Schulz.
Do they still make wooden Christmas Trees? Charles Schulz
The winners of 12 categories will be announced Jan. 25.
I love Great time at the Charles Schulz museum.
We're almost there! Our Parish theme for this fourth week of Advent is “My Lord Comes to Me.” “Most blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit of your womb.” (Luke 1:42) When have you, as a family or as an individual, experienced confidence in the loving presence of God? Are you open to God’s response to long periods of preparation and expectation in your life?
LISTEN FULL FREE THE ALBUM: Vince Guaraldi Trio - A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) Peanuts creator Charles M. Schulz called on pianist extraordinaire Vince Guaraldi and his trio to compose and perform music that would reflect the humor, charm, and innocence of Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the entire Peanuts gang for their 1965 Christmas TV special. It was a perfect match: Guaraldi strings together elegant, enticing arrangements that reflect the spirit and mood of Schulz's work and introduce contemporary jazz to youngsters with grace, charm, and creativity. "What Child Is This" touches on cool jazz's richly textured percussive nuances, while "The Christmas Song" reflects Christmas' relaxing, mellow moments. The renowned "Linus and Lucy" gives the Peanuts characters a fresh, energetic feel with its tantalizing meter changes, brilliant percussion, and dashing, humorous piano lines. "Christmastime Is Here," perhaps the album's most endearing and eloquent moment, is six minutes of soft, lullaby-like melodic and ...
"I love mankind. It's the people I can't stand." --Charles Schulz
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