Scott Hardie | September 6, 2001
This is so pathetic, it's kind of funny. The first story is particularly amusing.

Anna Gregoline | September 7, 2001
You're right, that's fucking hilarous. How did you find it?

Scott Hardie | September 7, 2001
Kelly was watching "The Tonight Show," and Mark Wahlberg was the guest, and got a few cheers from the audience by casually mentioning being a New Kid. I wondered how NKOTB Mania was getting along ten years after the band broke up, so I did a search for it. 90% of the NKOTB pages on the web are written by subhuman morons (typical AOL users, in other words - present company excepted), and of all of them, I thought this was particularly funny. This page would be a shoo-in to win a "pathetically stupid or stupidly pathetic?" contest.


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