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But you just keep on floging this rediculous argument.
I think it's terrific that she keeps floging this line.
I fail to see where the stories equate the alteration of a photo with the floging of a woman, The stories are reported together to show how women continue to be marginalized at best, and treated less than human, at worst.
I've run analysis on the numbers of SL users previously it was obvious 3 months ago the conversion rate was incrementally increasing theres no reason to keep floging a dead horse on that.
Count on cosmetics companies to be at the show floging those creams the late Anita Roddick, founder of Body Shop, scoffed at.