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Jan 6, 1954
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Patty and Charlie Brown stand in the snow-covered field next to a snowman.  She shouts, "That snowman is just as much mine as it is yours!"<BR><BR> She pokes him and continues, "In fact, Charlie Brown...if you don't look out, I'm just liable to take My half and go home!"  He replies, "Oh, ho, Ho Ho! You wouldn't dare!"<BR><BR> She asks, "Wouldn't I?"  He smiles smugly and replies, "Uh, Huh!"<BR><BR> He grimaces to the reader as a half of snowman now stands in the field.<BR><BR>
Jan 8, 1954
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