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    Wierd, I also like "The Kite Runner".


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    That's because you are exactly like Ben Franklin, only different.
     
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    Facebook teamin' up with AP against fake news...
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    Associated Press Will Partner with Facebook to Flag ‘Fake News’
    December 15, 2016 — The Associated Press announced Thursday that it will join Facebook to help “identify and debunk” news stories being shared online that are false.

     
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    ... the fake news, the whole fake news, an' nothin' but the fake news...
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    Bozell: 'Zuckerberg Assured Me His Express Aim Is to Eliminate Only Patently False News Stories'
    December 16, 2016 | In reaction to the news that Facebook is partnering with the Associated Press, ABC News, and Snopes, among other apparent "fact checkers" to tag and weed out "fake news" on the popular social site, Media Research Center President Brent Bozell said Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg assured him that "his express aim is to eliminate only patently false news stories from Facebook."
     

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