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October 03, 2006


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Recent Back-Door Graduated but Still Curious (XX/XY)

Hey Dr. Knobless!

Flabby is the best biology teacher ever even better than you and at least a zillion times better than my ditz assistant biology prof and her really retro-website.

But why isn't this Bean News online? I Googled and there were like 24 million hits and the ones on the first page didn't look like your newspaper at all so what's up with this? I can't spend *all* my time tracking it down online and don't tell me it ain't got an electronic edition because like then I would be so toally dissed and disappointed I might have to go back to school where they have libraries with books and paper newspapers that get your fingers all filthy from the cheap inks and recycled paper yeeeesh.

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