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Finding the Real Story

I’m sure you know some people who only know something if it’s in their Facebook feed. And only the part that actually posted at Facebook. I sometimes thought they couldn’t tell glurge from gossip from real news items because they take everything at face value if a friend posted it. But maybe it’s because actually following links and tracing down the original is such a hassle these days.
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