Don't know where this "writers' site" crap came from but it sure as hell isn't in the prospectus.

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Good Grief, Charlie Brown is the second Peanuts animated special, aired March 23, 1966. It was never rerun; it is not known whether any copy or recording besides the original CBS archival copy survives. When asked today, representatives of the Schulz estate differ on whether they even admit its existence — not because of an attempt to suppress it, but out of simple ignorance. The show was intended as a back story and introduction to the Peanuts world; on the heels of the phenomenal success of A Charlie Brown Christmas, a whole series of Peanuts animated TV specials was projected, and it was decided that these would benefit from a proper introduction. For this and other reasons, Good Grief was written and creatively controlled entirely by Charles Schulz personally. Subsequent specials, however, ended up disregarding and even contradicting this one at times, and it will soon be obvious why.

The synopsis is as follows: Charlie Brown is a…

pH is the standard measure of the acidity or alkalinity of a solution1. It relates to the concentration of free protons in a solution – a large number of protons corresponds to a low pH, which is to say an acidic solution. If a particularly small number of protons is available, the pH is high and the solution is alkaline.

If that sounds a bit abstract, bear in mind that it's just a physical description of a very familiar chemical property – acidity is what makes things taste…

"I wanted the whole thing to feel bankrupt... I wanted it to really feel like a marriage that had been hollowed out in a city that had been hollowed out and a country that was increasingly hollowed out."
---Gillian Flynn, on Gone Girl, Huffington Post interview.

Gillian Flynn, journalist turned mystery writer, has made a name for herself with well-wrought thrillers. Compared with the average mystery, her work features deeper thematic and social…