On Twitter, A Downsizing Trend That's Not So Bad It all started when Scott Simon and an actor friend noticed they'd been shorthanding the names of classic musical acts. The Beatles had become 'The Beats,' and so on. Things went merrily downhill from there.
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On Twitter, A Downsizing Trend That's Not So Bad

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On Twitter, A Downsizing Trend That's Not So Bad

On Twitter, A Downsizing Trend That's Not So Bad

On Twitter, A Downsizing Trend That's Not So Bad

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