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In August 2008, OK Cupid user Cave Creek Arizona wrote to the company complaining about the presence of Spanish on the site. His typo-ridden email started with an offensive tone -- "I live in Arizona and im fed up on how everything has beening turning into hablo espanol" -- and devolved from there. ("I hope you realize you are contributing to the help of illegal immigration and terrorism.
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