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Tag Archives: Linus
I was sitting on the couch, watching the Notre Dame game, when I heard the familiar sound of Doc Brown’s DeLorean landing in my driveway. I rushed to the front door just in time to see Doc bounding up the … Continue reading
Linus, the beloved young cartoon character who enjoyed giving grand speeches, believed in the Great Pumpkin, and was never seen without his security blanket, was found murdered today, Modern Philosophers. He was strangled by the very blanket that he thought … Continue reading
As Thanksgiving approaches, Modern Philosophers, we can be thankful for finally learning the answer to one of life’s great mysteries: How come The Great Pumpkin never showed up for poor Linus on Halloween? The answer is finally revealed in Linus’ … Continue reading