December 06, 2003

Honoring the dead by not doing what they asked for

Sometimes people make the wrong decisions. Take Charles Schulz. He had gone on record as not wanting to have every single Peanuts strip anthologized. I mean, dude...maybe every single strip wasn't an absolute classic, but we're talking historical value here. It's not like millions of people haven't read those strips at some point. It was a pretty popular strip, after all.

Anyway, my friend Tarl reports that, happily, Schulz's wishes are being ignored! This is great news, especially for pack rat completists like myself.

Now if only the people overseeing the Dr. Seuss legacy were making such good decisions.

Posted by Francis at 12:09 AM