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  1. LateshaCris
    Italy, Napoli

    This website really has all the information I wanted about this subject and didn’t know who to ask.

  2. Helen M
    Modesto, CA

    I am not on facebook either; and though it pains me to think of missing something important, that still does not pique my interest in joining that social media. I have heard it said the owner is not to be trusted, and in this day and age, why invite another invasion of privacy?

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