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By:  Alex Myers If you’ve attended a PGA Tour event, odds are you’ve seen them. If you’ve watched one on TV, you’ve definitely noticed their handiwork. The MetLife blimps have become a staple of golf broadcasts, but you won’t be seeing “Snoopy One” or “Snoopy Two” in 2017. Or ever again, for that matter.Why? The Wall Street Journal reported MetLife is breaking ties with Snoopy, dropping the cartoon character that has served as its logo for the past 31 years. As the insurance giant reassesses its