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• Cartoonist Charles Schulz based his famous beagle Snoopy on his old family dog, Spike. The comic strip “Peanuts” debuted in seven newspapers in October of 1950, and by the time of Charles Schulz’ death in 2000, it was appearing in more than 2,600 papers. By 1960, the “Peanuts” gang was featured on Hallmark greeting cards and Ford Motor Company ads, and the first television special “A Charlie Brown Christmas” came along in 1965. Snoopy’s doghouse was a focal point in the strip, with the beagle seen sleeping on top, as well as engaging in midair dogfights with fighter ace The Red Baron. In 1966, the pop song “Snoopy vs. the Red Baron” was at the top of the charts, performed by a Florida group The Royal Guardsmen. On the night before the final “Peanuts” cartoon strip was published in February, 2000, Charles Schulz succumbed to colon cancer, having produced 18,000 strips in nearly 50 years. • Cartoonist Harold Gray debuted his comic strip “Little Orphan Annie” in August of 1924 in the New York Daily News. The 10-year-old orphan had unruly, curly red hair, wore a red dress, and frequently used the phrases “Gee whiskers” and “Leapin’ lizards!” Five months after Annie’s debut, a puppy rescued her from a gang of vicious boys. Unable to keep the dog, whom she had named Sandy, Annie gave him to a restaurant owner. But in a May, 1925 strip, Sandy rescued Annie once again, this time from gypsy kidnappers, and the dog became her own. In the comic strip, Sandy is of no particular breed, but in the 1982 movie, he was played by a six-year-old otterhound named Bingo. In the 2014 remake, a golden retriever-chow mix named Marti, who was adopted from a New York City shelter, was cast in the role. ...continued

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• Author Norman Bridwell published his first “Clifford the Big Red Dog” in 1963, the story of an eight-year-old girl and her 25-foot-high red dog. Bridwell wanted to name the dog Tiny, but his wife suggested the name Clifford after a childhood imaginary friend. The couple’s daughter Emily Elizabeth was the source of the book’s female character. There are 50 Clifford titles, with sales of more than 126 million books. • Elroy Jetson discovered the family’s dog in the fourth episode of the popular cartoon, “The Jetsons”, which debuted in 1962. Family patriarch George Jetson declared that “an apartment is no place for a dog,” and purchased an electronic dog named Electronimo. But when the e-dog failed to catch a burglar that Astro was able to detain, Astro was in and Electronimo was out! Astro was created by Iwao Takamoto, who also designed Scooby-Doo. In fact, the two characters were both voiced by Don Messick, and both used “R”s in their speech where they shouldn’t be, such as Astro’s “Ruh-roh, Reorge!” and Scooby’s “Ruhroh Raggy!” (Uh-oh, Shaggy!) • The 1957 Disney drama “Old Yeller” was based on the previous year’s Newbery Honor-winning book by Fred Gipson. The book, set in Texas during the 1860s, tells the story of a teenage boy left in charge of the family farm while his father is away working on a cattle drive. The boy comes across a stray yellow dog in the cornfield, and tries to shoo him away. When the dog steals meat from smokehouses and robs hens’ nests, the teenager continues his efforts to get rid of him. However, when the dog rescues the teen’s younger brother from a bear, Old Yeller earns a place in the family home. Old Yeller’s death from rabies is considered the saddest moment in all of the Disney’s films. The role of Old Yeller was played by a yellow Labrador Retriever named Spike, although Fred Gipson described the dog’s breed as a Black-Mouthed Cur in his novel.

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• Why are some egg yolks a darker yellow than others? The color is dependent on what the hen eats. The eggs from hens that consume yellow corn or alfalfa will have a medium yellow yolk, while a lighter yolk results from a hen who feeds on wheat or barley. Some yolks are nearly colorless if the farmer feeds his hens white corn meal. If a hen has consumed dark yellow flower petals, the yolks will be darker. •

• An average-sized egg has a calorie count of about 75, and contains 7 grams of protein. The average person eats about 250 eggs a year

• The fancy name for an egg yolk is vitellus, and it contains all of the egg’s fat and cholesterol, and accounts for about one-third of the egg’s liquid weight. The egg white is also called the albumen, containing the other two-thirds of the egg’s liquid weight, and more than half of the egg’s protein. Although it’s called the egg white, it’s not really white until it’s beaten or cooked. • Why are some eggs white and some brown? It depends on what kind of chicken laid the egg. Rust-colored chickens lay brown eggs, and white eggs are laid by white chickens. There is no difference between the two as far as nutrition, flavor, or hygiene.

• A grayish ring around the yolk of a hardboiled egg means you probably cooked it too long. It might also mean there is a high iron content in the cooking water. Cooling them quickly in a bowl of ice water makes for easier peeling. They will also peel more easily if they are at least a week old before being boiled. Peeling them under cold running water is another tip. • Eggs might get a bad rap for their cholesterol content, but the experts at Mayo Clinic say that most healthy people can eat seven eggs a week without increasing the risk of heart disease. And since all the cholesterol is in the yolk, an egg white omelet is cholesterol-free. Other good news is the vitamin and mineral content of eggs, which supplies Vitamins A, D, E, and K, as well as minerals calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, and potassium, that are all essential for various body processes.

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