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Apparently, Forever The Sickest Kids don't need us. Us the media, not us DC-9. The band is letting its fans ask questions directly, thanks to a bit of help from YouTube. Those dying to know anything and everything about the Dallas group just need to submit questions and the best ones (as determined by FTSK) will get read and answered via a YouTube video.

To submit questions -- there is no limit to the number of questions -- e-mail the following to askftsk@hotmail.com:

1. Your name 2. Your city and state 3. Your question(s) for FTSK

Deadline is Sunday, Oct. 7, so get to asking. -- Chelsea Ide

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