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By Charles Schulz
Jan 17, 1954
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Schroeder leans over the gate talking to Charlie Brown.  He says, "I'm not going to school today, Charlie Brown.."<BR><BR> The latter asks, "What's the occasion this time? It couldn't be Beethoven's birthday again so soon, could it?"<BR><BR> He continues, "I suppose it's Bach birthday? Or is it Schubert's or Brahms'? Or Tschaikovsky's? Or Haydn's?"<BR><BR> Charlie Brown grimaces to the reader as Schroeder exclaims, "Nope...mine!"<BR><BR>
Jan 19, 1954
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