Thirteen Years, No Change

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Around 1995 the song “Macarena” and its associative dance became extremely popular (and still culturally resonates). Watch this video, and note that all the women are young, thin, beautiful, and very scantily clad. The men, however, are ordinary looking, and wearing baggy suits. Take a guess which of the folks in the video made by far the most money from “Macarena.”

–Ann Bartow

Edited to add: UGH.

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