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From Buddy Holly to Sesame Street

Ever sit and talk to someone and wonder how you got on a certain subject? Well, I started with a question about Buddy Holly and ended up with a question about Sesame Street. The questions run into one another, they just make you go from one subject to another.
 
10 Questions, Hard difficulty
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Rating - (3.69 of 5.00), 13 vote(s)
Written by Muzzikmann
Posted Online: Mar 11, 2007
Last Modified: May 15, 07


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