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I realize that Charles Schultz published his retirement cartoon on February 13, 2000.
Nonetheless, the one published on November 11, 2000 is not a reprint. It is an original Veteran’s Day cartoon.
List of Peanuts Veteran’s Day cartoons:
https://www.gocomics.com/peanuts/1976/11/11 (not Veteran’s Day specific)
https://www.gocomics.com/peanuts/1979/11/11 (included on inner back page of “Bill Mauldin’s Army”)
https://www.gocomics.com/peanuts/1999/11/11 (tribute to Ernie Pyle)
Correction, to 2000, see above comment listing all the Peanuts Veteran’s Day cartoons and the D-Day cartoons.
As above, the D-Day cartoons (“To Remember”):
The Veteran’s Day cartoons:
All of the Peanuts Veteran’s Day cartoons:
“Gen. George C. Patton was not a fan. One of Mauldin’s cartoons particularly incensed him: a Patton-esque general overlooking a beautiful vista and asking an aide, “Is there one for the enlisted men?”
“Patton, who threatened to cease the paper’s distribution within his Third Army, ordered Mauldin to his palatial Luxembourg headquarters to harangue him. “You know (expletive) well you’re not drawing an accurate representation of the American soldier,” Patton told him, as cited in his autobiography. “You make them look like (expletive) bums. No respect for the Army, the officers or themselves. You know as well as I do that you can’t have an army without respect for officers. What are you trying to do — incite a (expletive) mutiny?”
“Mauldin was unfazed. And by the end of the war he’d been awarded the Legion of Merit.”
@Scott S @787 @knutdl June 6, 1944 “to remember”
“Laws,” says that illustrious rhymer, Mr. John Godfrey Saxe, “like sausages, cease to inspire respect in proportion as we know how they are made." March 27, 1869.
I try to find articles that give a quality explanation so that someone without the scientific technical knowledge can understand the issue. On a related issue, NHK Medical Frontiers recently aired an episode about how antibody cocktails work WRT COVID-19:
As an addendum:
Think of it as the equivalent of the moral of Joseph interpreting Pharaoh’s Dream, i. e. use times of prosperity to prepare for times of decline/diminution.