Who is better: Christian Slater or the Earl of Sandwich?
Who is better: R. Crumb or George Foreman?
Who is better: Alfred E. Neuman or a cardboard cutout of Darth Vader?
What I'm asking in my roundabout way is, what criteria are they using? Apparently they're going by the personal flaws of their opponents, which I guess is as objective a measure or anything.
Peanuts would eventually earn a long history of abstract first panels, but I have to admit I don't quite get this one. Is that supposed to be an olive branch? It wouldn't fit in with the theme of the strip, which is that neither side is willing to give an inch.
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