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Old 05.02.2011, 15:08
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Is Hosni Mubarak your "friend" on Facebook?

He might be.

And if he isn't, he knows who your friends are.
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Old 06.02.2011, 02:02
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Re: Is Hosni Mubarak your "friend" on Facebook?

Man who is probably boring at parties has an idea, writes book, desperately tries to get everyone to a) believe in what he says and b) buy it.
There's no critical appreciation of literature any more...

I know, I've done it myself.
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Re: Is Hosni Mubarak your "friend" on Facebook?

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"Man bites dog" would be more newsworthy... Jus' sayin'
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Re: Is Hosni Mubarak your "friend" on Facebook?

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"Man bites dog" would be more newsworthy... Jus' sayin'
True.

But I may want to link back to this thread next time some eejit blethers on about the power of social networking websites to bring democracy and freedom to the oppressed of this planet.
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