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(Boston.com)   Still like Google+? I bet you also still think Obama is doing a good job   (boston.com) divider line 5
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2014-05-05 05:45:14 PM  
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I'm so posting this in LiveJournal
2014-05-05 05:43:52 PM  
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cgraves67: FTFA:
(on Google+ users)
"They're the folks who cling hopelessly to any passing social media fad and, when that fad dies, continue to shout their meaningless messages out into the emptiness of the abandoned space left behind."

[citation needed]


This.

That has the smarmy tone of every apple addict saying "Nobody likes Samsung phones, they aren't popular! They aren't anywhere nearly as good as my iPhone! Stop liking them"
2014-05-05 05:27:27 PM  
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This just in:  Nobody who doesn't use Google+ uses Google+
2014-05-05 05:24:24 PM  
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paswa17: FTA -if you know anything about Google+, you know that the people who use it are not exactly the influencers of their day. They're the folks who cling hopelessly to any passing social media fad and, when that fad dies, continue to shout their meaningless messages out into the emptiness of the abandoned space left behind.

Or maybe they like making comments on YouTube or the free video chat client.


You have an excellent point there.
2014-05-05 05:02:43 PM  
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To give this thread some redeeming usefulness. Here is what you can do with a R/C boat and an alligator head decoy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zssPYBDqVc
 
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