The NSFW Things People Show You

I’ve got an interesting, topically-NSFW (that’s “Not Safe For Work”) image that’s relevant to this blog. I’m just posting a link to it here, rather than the image itself, so that it doesn’t pop up in people’s newsfeeds or email unexpectedly. It’s an ad that I suspect is using Peanuts characters on an unlicensed basis.

The NSFW Things People Show You

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Black Lines Matter

The folks putting together The Complete Peanuts series did a really good job of hunting down the best quality source for everything they reprinted. This can be particularly problematic when one is dealing with older Sunday strips, where one might not be able to find a printing or stat of …

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Big nose, big heart, big name

Peppermint Patty did not come into the strip with a full name (as Charlie Brown did), nor did she make it through her run without gaining a last name (as Franklin did), nor lacking a first name (as Schroeder did.) She was around for years before the name of Reichardt …

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An unlicense plate holder?

CafePress is a service that lets you take an image and publish it for sale on a number of print-on-demand items – t-shirts, posters, mugs, and more. It’s pretty easy to take an image and say “just put this on everything”… which is how you get things like this “Snoopy” …