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CANINE  COLLEGIATE  REVIEW    April edition, 2000
SYMPOSIUM  NOTES  NEW  MILLENIUM  CULTURAL  NEEDS.  By Chasit Upatree, reporter at large.
Rowdy and Rover University was the site of a spring symposium hosted by its Puppy Development Department.  Several abstracts were presented but a debate between Professor Pomeranian of  Duck University and Doctor Slinkington Silky of  Kansas O and S, was the chief draw.  The chosen debate topic was modern communication impact on the young.  Professor P. is an advocate of introducing puppies to the effects of cell phones, television, and radio at a young age, while Dr. S. holds the opposite view and cited a recent news article
http://www.apbnews.com/newscenter/specialfeatures/animals/1999/07/23/puppy0723_01.html?s=s
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Silkington maintains that canines of all ages should avoid all contact with high tech communication except excensonet.