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Officials at Kentucky's W.R. Castle Elementary School censored a performance of A Charlie Brown Christmas by students. They deleted the scene in which Linus quotes from the Bible, a scene that Charles Schulz was adamant be included in the original TV special. However, at the point where that scene normally occurs, several audience members recited the lines. Principal Jeff Cochran said he was disappointed with their actions.

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  • Fist of Etiquette||

    Cochran, the principal, indicated he wasn’t satisfied with the audience response.

    “I wish that they had let the kids do the play,” he said.

    Sounds like they had the same wish for you.

  • dantheserene||

    And that petty bureaucrat cannot understand the irony of his statement.

  • Radioactive||

    as are we with his...quelle douche

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