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True story. When I was in junior high (remember junior high? it's what we had before middle school became a contentious concept), we wore hideous, balloon-butt red gym shorts and ugly white blouses, with snaps up the front and elastic hems, for physical education classes. Simply putting them on was an exercise in humiliation. One spring day, our teacher, Mrs. Firm (yes, her real name), was putting the girls through our paces on the track around the football field. The boys' class, in also-dorky red shorts, was on the other side of the field. The drill went like this. You ...


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