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>From: "Wade T.Smith" <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: stammbaum der menschen
>Date: Sun, 24 Feb 2002 20:55:53 -0500
>On Sunday, February 24, 2002, at 08:39 , Scott Chase wrote:
>>the phylogeny of boy bands
>If you had daughters you would not think this is funny....
I don't have daughters and I (though finding it humorous on one level) am
not a fan of the b.b. phenomenon. Yet, since some zoologists study unsavory
creatures, its likely that someone would have to get saddled with the
cultural phenomenon of b.b.'s
Any takers? You could probably publish your findings in _YM_ or _Seventeen_.
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