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Facebook's 'Year In Review' just summed up how bad 2017 really was

Facebook just proved to us yet again why 2017 was the worst.  The social network just released their 2017 year in review videos to individual users and the last thing anyone wants to do is relieve this terrible year over again.  SEE ALSO: Here's how to get your Spotify 2017 listening history (and yeah, it's going to get a little embarrassing) If 2017 was the year for you, Facebook's blog post compiled the good (and the bad) trends.
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