Monday, January 4, 2010

April 4, 1952: Snoopy's Monolith is a Wagon


Snoopy moves ever closer to developing real thought bubbles. His dissatisfaction with his dogly lot in life in increasing, too.

Snoopy's dream seems to say that, while the kids may not know Snoopy's owner, Snoopy seems to think that Charlie Brown has a position of importance to him.

1 comment:

  1. You know, it's just possible that Snoopy doesn't really have a set owner.

    I can remember, back in the days of my misspent youth, that we had what I think could best be described as a "community dog", between the half dozen houses on the street he'd pick one every day or so and hang out there for how ever long he felt like.

    We all took turns feeding him or just leaving food out for him, if someone found him hurt or sick, whomever found him would take him to the vet or tend to him till he was well again, that dog led a long and happy life and, for all intents and purposes, didn't belong to anyone, he just visited as it suited him.

    Also, as I recall, he would answer to about six different names too...