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The Dynamic Culture

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It just occurred to me today that Dr. D uses the word "bling" with facility, moreover he uses it (astonishingly) correctly. Just how the chain of causality led to a term originating from a rap song being used by suburbanite doctors is beyond me. But I would like to see that ethnographic study done. I suppose that the causality (or at least inter-temporal correlation) is multi-directional, in that Dr. D was sipping Courvoisier long before Diddy and Busta Rhymes.

1 Responses to “The Dynamic Culture”

  1. Anonymous PSBN 

    Rooney has "heart"? Bollocks!

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