It's been a week and I still can't get enough of the Susan Boyle phenomenon -- I've watched her video countless times.
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I JUST DON'T GET THE BIG DEAL WITH SUSAN BOYLE. I watched the video on YouTube. In case you haven't seen it (but almost everyone I know has), it's ...
At the risk of alienating everyone on the planet, I am going to raise my voice against the Susan Boyle phenomenon.
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