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Date Posted: 13:54:24 11/13/06 Mon
Author: Michael
Subject: Re: Buffy as influential figure
In reply to: Kat 's message, "Re: Buffy as influential figure" on 04:44:25 11/01/06 Wed

And yet Santa (and all his pseudo's) is probably the most influential of them all.

John Doe? (no jane). Influence?

How 'bout this side topic. Captain's Spike & Angel have to pick from this list Astronauts and Cavemen for a contest. The contestants will have to train or (Hectate forbid) act the parts out.

Team picks should be defended (why picked). The real problem with just tossing a list out there, need a statement as to what is thought to be the influence.

(Santa's influence, my thoughts, the good will & cheer that is intended originally - yet that twisted into greed and get it now, all you can attitudes).

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