@Holly LOL I know right. I'm glad I clarified some stuff with my friend though; I thought that because I worked with a guy who knew Black Sabbath my Sabbath number was "2", but she explained I would have to've played in a band with my colleague who would have had to have played with Black Sabbath for that to be true.
Networks seem to be of a certain 'kind' (either knowing someone, playing in a band, collaborating on a paper, etc etc)
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