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Facebook’s shiny happy Year in Review tries to make you forget the misery of 2017

Social media in 2017 sucked. Liberal or conservative, places like Facebook were the frontline in a non-stop battle over politics, sexual harassment, fake news, gun violence, and the general idiocy and despair of modern life. Naturally, this creates a bit of a quandary for the folks who put together Facebook’s annual Year in Review. I […]
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