Is this pic racist?

How cute!

They celebrated the spirit of Thanksgiving by pulling up a lawn chair so their servant could eat at the table like regular people!


this always made me lol

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Mookie 3:16 -
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Franklin Armstrong is a character in the long-running comic strip Peanuts, created by Charles M. Schulz. Introduced on July 31, 1968, Franklin was the first African-American character in the strip. He goes to school with Peppermint Patty and Marcie. In his first story arc, he met Charlie Brown when they were both at the beach. Franklin's father was a soldier fighting in Vietnam, to which Charlie Brown replied "My dad's a barber...he was in a war too, but I don't know which one." Franklin later paid Charlie Brown a visit and found some of Charlie Brown's other friends to be quite odd. His last appearance was in 1999, the year before Schulz's death.

A Los Angeles schoolteacher named Harriet Glickman wrote to Schulz in the spring of 1968, urging him to introduce a black character into Peanuts. This began a correspondence between Schulz and Glickman that led to Schulz's creation of Franklin.[1] In an interview in 1997, Schulz discussed receiving a letter from a Southern editor "who said something about, 'I don't mind you having a black character, but please don't show them in school together.' Because I had shown Franklin sitting in front of Peppermint Patty. [...] I didn't even answer him."[2] Franklin's skin color was mentioned in The Charlie Brown Dictionary, a picture dictionary using the Peanuts characters; he was referred to in the definition of "black" in showing a picture of him talking on the telephone, where the color of the telephone is black. The description also says that "black may also refer to Franklin's skin tone, which is also known as a Negro person."[3]

In a Weekend Update commentary on a 1992 episode of Saturday Night Live, Chris Rock, who incorrectly stated that Franklin had not said a single word for 25 years, related his own childhood experience as the only black student in his grade school class.[4]

Mookie 3:16 - 
Gino_Corona - That's probably because he smells like shit Phone Post 3.0


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is that an offer?

Who cares about the Negro...WHERE IS PIG-PEN????

needed extra room for his BBC