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Social Media Is Filled With Trashy ‘News’ And It’s Your Fault

We get tired of real life stories. Real life is harsh, complicated, and requires us to stop and think. So instead, we immerse ourselves in a fantasy land of celebrity slideshows and sped-up cooking videos.
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