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Doonesbury - Thursday February 10, 1972 Comic Strip Licensing and Permissions

Doonesbury - Thursday February 10, 1972 Comic Strip
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DOONESBURY © G. B. Trudeau. Reprinted with permission of ANDREWS MCMEEL SYNDICATION. All rights reserved.

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George: You know what bothers me, B.D.? - It's impossible to see the enemy.. B.D.: Don't worry, George, he's out there...as a matter of fact, there's Charlie now! Better get down, man....that's another thing! Why do we always call the enemy "Charlie"? "Charlie" is such a boring name! Why not "Arnold," or "Seymour," or "Peabody"? B.D.: You meathead.

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