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Et toi, tu en penses quoi ?
Lach t coms.

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Auto réponse pour de rire.

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Ce que j'en pense ne tient pas dans cette marge

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CMB

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CTB

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Tùtafé.

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voilà

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de toute façon c'est une conne embarrassed

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t coms
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GCC4TI importe qui a problème en Autriche, pour l'UE plus et une encore de correspours nucléaire, ce n'est pas ytre d'instérier. L'état très même contraire, toujours reconstruire un pouvoir une choyer d'aucrée de compris le plus mite de genre, ce n'est pas moins)
Stalin est l'élection de la langie.

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han ya des planètes juives

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cheeky

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et le chien de mickey aussi ^^

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Kuiper serait juif lui-même que ça ne m'étonnerait pas.

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On ne dit pas "planète juive", on dit "planète naine".

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avatarI'm on a boat motherfucker, don't you ever forget

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tl,dr
summary please

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Trop long dur à lire (ctb)
pencil

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zavez qu'à lire bande de loques

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²
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ué mais nan, je suis surbooké par mes vacances embarrassed

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taka lire
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Bon allez chuis sympa :
Cory Doctorow: My friend danah boyd -- frequently featured here -- is one of the best social scientists working on social networking sites today. She's just published a working draft of a paper called "Viewing American class divisions through Facebook and MySpace," which posits that well-to-do, stable American teens with "good prospects" end up on Facebook, while poor, queer, marginal and non-white teens end up on MySpace (even in the military, grunts are on MySpace and officers are on Facebook -- guess which one the military banned!)

As with all danah's work, this is provocative, insightful stuff that exposes the deeper lessons lurking beneath the tens of millions of profile pages on social networking sites.
The goodie two shoes, jocks, athletes, or other "good" kids are now going to Facebook. These kids tend to come from families who emphasize education and going to college. They are part of what we'd call hegemonic society. They are primarily white, but not exclusively. They are in honors classes, looking forward to the prom, and live in a world dictated by after school activities.
MySpace is still home for Latino/Hispanic teens, immigrant teens, "burnouts," "alternative kids," "art fags," punks, emos, goths, gangstas, queer kids, and other kids who didn't play into the dominant high school popularity paradigm. These are kids whose parents didn't go to college, who are expected to get a job when they finish high school. Teens who are really into music or in a band are on MySpace. MySpace has most of the kids who are socially ostracized at school because they are geeks, freaks, or queers.
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ah ok
bah normal quoi tongue

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ouais mais intéressant quand même
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bah c'est vrai que quand on voit myspace ^^

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ouais
avatarI'm on a boat motherfucker, don't you ever forget

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J'ai une copine qui a 113 photos d'elle sur Facebook.

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C'est un nombre premier.

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Alors que elle, non.