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The Real Selfie Stick “Crime” That Needs To Be Addressed…

Over the past few years we've seen selfie sticks become common. As a matter of fact they've become so common that many tourist attractions have had to ban them. In theory I see why people like selfie sticks. In theory. It's great to be able to take a selfie and get a tourist site in the background rather than asking others to take the picture for you (after all, that doesn't always end well, as I've learned the hard way).
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