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Comments from feedback form - ""another failing social networ..."

"another failing social network"? Surely failure is in the eye of the beholder?

60.36.179.50 (talk)07:11, 22 June 2010

Comments from feedback form - "A little dull and trivial...yu..."

A little dull and trivial...yuck, social networking stories...

H.R.H Sovereign King Bradley The Great, Autocrat of All Australia talk09:34, 21 June 2010

Really, AOL (Time Warner)?

I didn't know they bought Bebo for $850 million. In 2008, even. My god that was a terrible move. News Corp. buying Myspace didn't fail entirely; at least Myspace still sort of matters. AOL bought Bebo for more money and later.

IT'S JUST SO STUPID, I LOVE IT

70.50.115.248 (talk)08:29, 21 June 2010