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Hemstreet, Deborah wrote:
> <<Peter Nielsen asked "The word "text" has now become a verb. Although I
> do not use the feature
. . .
> Am I into a useful question here, or am I slowly becoming unhinged?">>
> I texted that I'm unhinged.
> She texted that she is unhinged.
> He texts that he is unhinged.
> I texted for textability.
> The texters texted all day.
> I am texting right now (sort of).
> It's all rather textacious, don't you think?
> Have a great day - with or without text....
> Deborah (lol)
ah, we've moved from 'slowly' to 'rapidly'!
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