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Re: Opinion: iPod Critics May Have a Point
Posted by Noah Blundo on 2006-04-16 09:29:53
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We have a problem. In the institutions that are supposed to train future generations of Americans who will lead our nation, authorities are promoting -- and the liberal academic establishment is harboring -- the dangerous, insipid notion that Coldplay rocks. Also, they are promoting the use of iPods, which, if you listen to a chorus of social critics, pose more of a danger to our society than communism, terrorists and the designated-hitter rule combined.

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Re: Opinion: iPod Critics May Have a Point  Noah Blundo  2006-04-16 09:29:53
Re: Opinion: iPod Critics May Have a Point  mozart11  2006-04-16 09:32:45
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