A tribute to Peanuts, or, Mehitabel looks for work!

I was recently reading a collection of Peanuts cartoons from 1955- 1956.  On reading the endnotes, I discovered that yesterday, February 12, is the 11th anniversary of Charles Schulz’s death in 2000.  Re-reading those old comics, I was reminded of the debt that most contemporary cartoonists owe to Mr. Schulz.  Among the many personal obligations that I owe, is Lucy’s penchant for emphatic and confident mis-information, which has bestowed much on Bob T. Panda.  I’m sure there is much more, but I’d like to think that I might have at least one original thought in my head. I am eternally grateful.  And Mr. Schulz, if you’re watching from somewhere in the universe, I hope you are pleased with the generations of cartoonists you have inspired.  And one more thing, Be the Bear!

Will Mehitabel find a new job?  Will the panda kindergarten behave? Will there be cake?  For the answer to these questions and more, tune in again next week!

Be the bear!

Bob T. Panda

What does your inner panda think?

A tribute to Peanuts, or, Mehitabel looks for work!

I was recently reading a collection of Peanuts cartoons from 1955- 1956.  On reading the endnotes, I discovered that yesterday, February 12, is the 11th anniversary of Charles Schulz’s death in 2000.  Re-reading those old comics, I was reminded of the debt that most contemporary cartoonists owe to Mr. Schulz.  Among the many personal obligations that I owe, is Lucy’s penchant for emphatic and confident mis-information, which has bestowed much on Bob T. Panda.  I’m sure there is much more, but I’d like to think that I might have at least one original thought in my head. I am eternally grateful.  And Mr. Schulz, if you’re watching from somewhere in the universe, I hope you are pleased with the generations of cartoonists you have inspired.  And one more thing, Be the Bear!

Will Mehitabel find a new job?  Will the panda kindergarten behave? Will there be cake?  For the answer to these questions and more, tune in again next week!

Be the bear!

Bob T. Panda

What does your inner panda think?