Actually, we reached the tipping point about two or three lines from the top.
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Perhaps the most distressing aspect … it was created by Northeastern University’s School of … Communication!
Indeed, Jack. Double “Ouch!”.
Oh, dear God! That makes my eyes bleed and my ears ring!
At least you’re still alive, Donn. I suspect that there were some who never made it out of the room! 😉
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