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May 22, 1953
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Charlie Brown stands on the field with his mitt home.  He looks at Violet standing nearby and asks, "Why should I go over to Your house?"<BR><BR> He continues, "You always get mad, and tell me to go home!"<BR><BR> He holds his mitt to catch the ball and she says, "Well, I suppose, we COULD play at YOUR house.."<BR><BR> The ball falls behind him as she concludes, "Then when I get mad, you'll already BE home!"<BR><BR>
May 24, 1953
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