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Wed., Oct. 19, 2011, 4:30 a.m.

Warning: Baby boomer nostalgia below

Some of the mysteries of the ages remained unsolved throughout the 1960s.

For instance, in dodgeball, why didn't certain boys (the prey species) learn to do a better job of protecting their privates from the deadly aim of the more athletic lads (predators)?

And why was there always one kid in class who ate Elmer's glue like it was Milk Duds?

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