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Peanuts

By Charles Schulz
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Nov 15, 1953
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Charlie Brown approaches Schroeder in the living-room.  Schroeder, who is sitting behind the piano listens to the former as he asks, "Do you want to see a comic strip I just drew, Schroeder?"  "I think You'll appreciate it..."<BR><BR> As Schroeder looks at the comic,  Charlie Brown explains, "There's these two musicians, see? One is having the other over for supper.. ha-ha..you'll like this.."<BR><BR> He throws his hand back, laughs, and continues, "When they're all through eating, this one guy says, 'What are we having for dessert...orange Shubert?'.."  Schroeder looks at the reader.<BR><BR> Charlie Brown walks along with comic in tow.  He says, "There's no market these days for really subtle humor..."<BR><BR>
Nov 17, 1953
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