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Peanuts by Charles Schulz for July 31, 1953
Snoopy and Patty sit in the field next to Charlie Brown listening to him read. He reads, "It is a well-established fact that dogs act merely by instinct..."<BR><BR> Snoopy exclaims as he continues, "They are not able to reason as humans do..."<BR><BR> Snoopy stalks off in a black mood. Patty stands up, points at him, and asks, "Why do you read things like that when Snoopy's around?"<BR><BR> She sits back down as Charlie Brown says, "I can't help it..I just like to rub it in!"<BR><BR>
If you haven’t figured it out by now, Charlie Brown, eventually you will – Snoopy is not just any dog.