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actually, this is really true and it’s happening in Facebook a lot. –
It’s alway true
@Bill – Ha ha…good one. ^_^
I’m Not too lazy to comment!
LOL so true. We are becoming so lazy.
Some people may use like a whole lot but I rather write then just pressing a button.
telling the person or what ever the reason may is better then just saying or pressing like.
Intel employs a Futurist (Brian David Johnson), a theorist whose sole job is think about what life will be like for consumers 10-15 years in the future and help guide Intel’s research and development focus.
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