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you are connected to the inTernEt. This is where you will find the uSer
Tell the PHB group that it is part of the new branding and "adds visual
interest and excitement".
For some reason, the phrase "adds visual interest and excitement" is akin to
a shiny object. Further, it promotes speed-typing without that awful and
tedious chore, editing.
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attracted by the dryness there."
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