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Denise

Wow, she's the same age as me - who knew? Great post, by the way. I'm suddenly feeling the urge to pull my leg warmers out and dance!

Madonna

Sure sounds like the garbage I put up with in school myself. The only difference is I decided around the age of 12 to be myself, and to hell with fitting in - I wasn't ever going to fit in anyway, so why not at least try to be able to live with myself?

Bullies? You bet they should be taught a lesson - or better yet, sent on a one way trip to Pluto. People like "Stacey" cause nothing but grief in the world - whether it be at school, on the Internet, out on the streets, or from the White House. I'm honestly convinced that most of the problems in the world today are the result of bullies who never learned, and never quit bullying people around.

Gatsby

I really like the breakfast club, but I don't like ending. Even though the "boundaries" were broken, the nerd still goes home without a girl. That's just not fair! Not that I'm biased or anything. Or a nerd...no, not at all.

Caren

Oh, yes. I knew many Staceys. That's a great post!

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