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I was at the mall today and saw a super-gorgeous ad for a super-expensive gadget that claimed to make you a better version of yourself. I guess that’s what happens when you’re a woman. You’re either a hot-assed bitch or a bitch-assed bitch. I’m a bitch-assed bitch, so I bought the gadget. Ugh. I don’t even know if I used it.

The ad did a better job of explaining our current obsession with the gadget than, “You’ll never get this”. This is an ad with an excellent twist, but if you look at it from the perspective of a woman who loves women, youre more likely to get it.

The ad, which has been the subject of a lot of speculation in the blogosphere, was meant to convince us all that gadget purchases can be a good thing. But what it actually did was sell us on the idea that, if you spend your money on a gadget that helps you make better, healthier, more productive choices, then you’re doing it the right way.

Unfortunately, buying a gadget that helps you make better, healthier choices only helps you make poor choices. A study found that spending money on a gadget that helps you make a better decision actually makes you make worse ones.

The study we’re using, which is a very recent study by the Gizmodo team, was a significant change from the study that we were using, which was the most recent study we’ve done that’s done this kind of research on. They’re doing a lot of research into the technology behind the gadget, which is a great way to start understanding how the technology actually works, and how it can actually improve the way our lives are being managed.

I’m not saying that all of these gadgets are useless, but if you look at the technology behind them it really is a huge leap forward. This is especially true of the internet and social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. We used to be able to only use them to communicate with people you know. If you wanted to communicate with the people you didn’t know, you probably had the technology to do it.

You may be thinking I’m being a little too cynical here, but I think we’ve all been let down by the way we use technology, and while it certainly is improving things, I don’t think we’ve gotten much closer to our current level of functionality than we were a decade ago. The only way we will get to this new level of functionality is if we start to use it consciously.

If you want to communicate with people not in your social network, you can always just send an email or text message. What you dont realize is that you are actually sending a lot more data to people you dont even know than your friends and family. You end up sending data that is of no use to anyone, and then you don’t even get the benefit of the data you sent.

Ok, so this is probably not something that you want to start doing. What you really want to do is send emails, tweets, or texts to people you dont even know. You dont realize that you are actually sending a lot more information to people you dont even know than your friends and family. You end up sending data that is of no use to anyone, and then you dont even get the benefit of the data you sent.

I don’t know how you can send data you dont even know to people you dont even know. Your friends and family would be a good example. You send them email, they reply, and you end up with even more data. It seems like you are just wasting space you dont have on your email, which would be a waste to the recipient.

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