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Mar 16, 1963
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Violet walks up to Schroeder and Charlie Brown.<BR><BR> Violet says, "Charlie Brown, I've been feeling awfully guilty about not giving you a Valentine this year . . . I'd like for you to have this one."<BR><BR> Schroeder pushes Charlie Brown out of the way and says to Violet, "Hold on there!  What do you think you're doing? Who do you think you are?"<BR><BR> Schroeder throws up his hands and says, "Where were you on February 14th when everyone else was giving out Valentines?  Is kindness and thoughtfulness something you can make retroactive?  Don't you think he has any feelings?!"<BR><BR> Violet folds her arms.  Scroeder continues, "You and your friends are the most thoughtless bunch I've ever known!  You don't care anything about Charlie Brown!  You just hate feeling guilty!"<BR><BR> Schroeder says, "And now you have the nerve to come around a whole month later, and offer him a used Valentine just to ease your conscience!  Well let me tell you something . . . Charlie Brown doesn't need your . . ."<BR><BR> Charlie Brown interrupts and says, "Don't interfere . . . I'll take it!"<BR><BR>
Mar 18, 1963
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