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I'm a "Troll" - That's Why My Comments Have the Most "Likes" Right?

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in response to reader comment: Jessica ,you're right!!!LADIES,LETS STICK TO THE PUROSE AND TOPIC OF THE FORUM !!!

Submitted by Natalia (United States), Jan 20, 2020 at 08:18

Nice try ladies. And if I were to use your "logic" (which is really anti-logic) Lana, you are really all the other posters here b/c you share a similar view point w/ them. Deal w/ your issues lady.

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