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[[File:Farmerbrowndisaster.png|thumb|left|222px|Brown's house, Ground Zero]]
 
[[File:Farmerbrowndisaster.png|thumb|left|222px|Brown's house, Ground Zero]]
   
Farmer Brown was the unfortunate victim of an impossibly elaborate calamity: firstly, an unexplainable engine failure sent a passenger plane plumetting directly towards his house. Secondly, a 50-car, 500,000-ton freight train jumped the tracks after hitting a penny on the rail going 80 MPH, and was also going to crash upon his home. Thirdly, a massive tectonic rupture threatened to engulf his abode. Finally, in an (ironically) much more conceivable occurence, a gas leak occured in Farmer Brown's house as he was about to light his stove.
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Farmer Brown was the unfortunate victim of an impossibly elaborate calamity: firstly, an unexplainable engine failure sent a passenger plane plumetting directly towards his house. Secondly, a 50-car, 500,000-ton freight train jumped the tracks after hitting a penny on the tracks going 80 MPH, and was also going to crash upon his home. Thirdly, a massive tectonic rupture threatened to engulf his abode. Finally, in an (ironically) much more conceivable occurence, a gas leak occured in Farmer Brown's house as he was about to light his stove.
 
[[Category:Characters in Calvin's imagination]]
 
[[Category:Characters in Calvin's imagination]]
 
[[Category:One-Time Characters]]
 
[[Category:One-Time Characters]]

Revision as of 22:46, March 5, 2020

Farmerbrown

Mr. Brown

Farmer Brown is an imaginary character created by Calvin who appeared in a single Sunday strip, where Calvin was playing out a disaster with his toys.

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Farmerbrowndisaster

Brown's house, Ground Zero

Farmer Brown was the unfortunate victim of an impossibly elaborate calamity: firstly, an unexplainable engine failure sent a passenger plane plumetting directly towards his house. Secondly, a 50-car, 500,000-ton freight train jumped the tracks after hitting a penny on the tracks going 80 MPH, and was also going to crash upon his home. Thirdly, a massive tectonic rupture threatened to engulf his abode. Finally, in an (ironically) much more conceivable occurence, a gas leak occured in Farmer Brown's house as he was about to light his stove.

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