Adam G at Cool-Mo-Dee-- a blog I recommend-- posted a classic Peanuts strip this week. It was part of his sharing the news that United Features Syndicate has put online their entire comic archive for free. This includes a 50 year archive of Peanuts strips.
This summer I was sent an satirical version of the exact same Peanuts daily. It's how Schulz' creation might be if written for today, say for an alternative weekly. It made me laugh.
I've posted it down far enough that you'll have to scroll down to see it, 'cause it ain't meant for young children to read: