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    I am doing a webinar for the National Endowment for the Arts today, chatting about creativity. Should be fun! To get...
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    The Charlie Brown Theory of Personality

    Charlie Brown is a model neurotic. He is prone to depression and anxiety and paralyzing fits of over-analysis. Constantly worrying if he is liked or respected, he has a perpetual, usually dormant crush on the little redheaded girl, taking small joys in her foibles (like biting her pencil) that may make her more attainable. He is noted for his inability to fly a kite.