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… is the latest social psychologist to be Simonized.

Wonderfully, his work had to do with morality. He proved by numbers that tall people are more ethical than short people.

I mean, he proved it until he got Simonized.

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9 Responses to “Lawrence Sanna, until recently of the University of Michigan…”

  1. francofou Says:

    Hey, he was 5’1″. Whaddya expect?

  2. Margaret Soltan Says:

    So am I.

  3. francofou Says:

    I knew it. 6’2″ myself…

  4. Margaret Soltan Says:

    I think he argues that when you get over six feet you become evil again. Sorry, francofou.

  5. Margaret Soltan Says:

    Oh poo. I knew I shouldn’t actually check what he wrote. It’s much less fun.

  6. francofou Says:

    I think he argues that when you get over six feet you become evil again.

    I’ll buy that.

    Oh poo. I knew I shouldn’t actually check what he wrote. It’s much less fun.

    Almost always the case, isn’t it?

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