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Re: Social Media or Social Disease?
Posted by borisaman on 2017-12-21 03:27:53
In reply to John P. Mello Jr.
Social media is a cancer, it gets people locked into bubbles of lies from various bad sources. They think they are tuning into the world, when really they are tuning into more fakeness. I deleted my facebook account 2 years ago, life is much better without it. Twitter, instagram etc..., all a load of rubbish




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Re: Social Media or Social Disease?  John P. Mello Jr.  2017-12-19 21:14:51
Re: Social Media or Social Disease?  borisaman  2017-12-21 03:27:53
Re: Social Media or Social Disease?  aimprosoft  2017-12-20 08:54:10
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