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Peanuts - Sunday April 3, 1994 Comic Strip Licensing and Permissions

Peanuts - Sunday April 3, 1994 Comic Strip
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Sally sits at the table and looks at a piece of paper.<BR><BR> Charlie Brown looks over Sally's shoulder. Sally writes commas.<BR><BR> Sally holds the paper up and says, "These are commas . . If a comma works hard, it can become an apostrophe, see?"<BR><BR> Charlie Brown looks at the paper and reads, "The dog's bone. The cat's whiskers."<BR><BR> Sally continues to write and says, "If a comma finds a partner, it can go into pairs . . They can become quotation marks . ."<BR><BR> Sally holds the paper up for Charlie Brown. Charlie Brown reads, "'Ah,' he said."<BR><BR> Charlie Brown points and asks, "Aren't these ones on the left upside down?"<BR><BR> Sally replies, "To become a real quotation mark, they have to learn to do a backflip . ."<BR><BR> Charlie Brown walks away and says, "I'd better go . . I have some writing to do for homework."<BR><BR> Sally says, "Watch those quotation marks when they do a backflip . ."<BR><BR>