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Mary Schmich

Mary Schmich is a columnist[?] for the Chicago Tribune. She is also the current author of the long-lived comic strip Brenda Starr[?] and has worked as a professional barrelhouse[?] and ragtime piano player.

She is perhaps best known as the author of an amusing and discursive column that included an injunction to wear sunscreen[?] that was erroneously believed to have been a commencement address by Kurt Vonnegut and was widely circulated on the Internet under that description.

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