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Harry the Cat
: [Reading from a Christmas book
] "Merry voices and lighthearted laughter rang out. Christmas was close at hand, in all his bluff and hearty honesty; it was the season of hospitality, merriment, and open-heartedness... Gay and merry was the time; and gay and merry were at least four of the numerous hearts that were gladdened by its coming... Happy, happy Christmas. I heard the bells on Christmas day; Their old, familiar carols play; And wild and sweet, the words repeat of Peace on Earth, good will to men." Tucker the Mouse
: Peace on Earth? Goodwill to men? With all that goin' on out there? Hmpf! Harry the Cat
: You know, Tucker, I think you may have a point there. Why don't you find something more appropriate? Tucker the Mouse
: [Flipping through pages
] Well, I'll tell you this much, Harry, nothing in this book could be *less* appropriate!
] Tucker the Mouse
: Read on, McDuff. Harry the Cat
: Ahem. "A Visit From Saint Nicolas"... Tucker the Mouse
: Who he? Harry the Cat
: ...by Clarence Seymore. Tucker the Mouse
: Also, who he? Harry the Cat
] "'Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house..." Tucker the Mouse
: Marvelous opening. Harry the Cat
: "... not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse." Tucker the Mouse
: Not even a what? *Why* a mouse do I to inquire? Why do people always pick on *mice* not to stir? Harry the Cat
: Take it easy, Tucker! Humans are not to be mean to mice. Tucker the Mouse
: Why not? They're mean to each other aren't they? And every Christmas they get *meaner*!