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Peanuts by Charles Schulz for June 27, 1974
Charlie Brown stands in the grass. Linus runs and carries a letter. He says, "Look, Charlie Brown, my application not to go to camp was accepted!"<BR><BR> Charlie Brown holds the letter and says, "You, too?" Linus smiles and says, "Boy, what a relief! No summer camp!"<BR><BR> Linus points in the air and says, "'We have escaped as a bird from the snare of the fowlers; The snare is broken and we have escaped!' . . . King David, psalm one hundred twenty-four."<BR><BR> Charlie Brown stands alone and says, "I never realized that King David worried about going to camp . ."<BR><BR>
The King never wanted to go to Camp David because it’s such a fowl place!