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Justin Hendrick
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Student, Programmer, Runner
Student, Programmer, Runner

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I’m giving away a new Google Nexus 7 Tablet! This is the 8GB WiFi model and is open to everyone worldwide.

Watch this video for information and read below –> http://youtu.be/HL4G5fZY3AY

Below are the three ways you can enter the giveaway.

Twitter: Follow me on Twitter (http://twitter.com/tfaiso) and tweet out the contest by clicking here –> http://clicktotweet.com/nqyY6

Google+ Add me to your Circle on Google+ here and then +1 and share this post –>

Like my Facebook page here Facebook Page and leave a comment on this post –>

You only have to enter once but entering all three ways will give you two entries in the giveaway.

Winner will be announced both here on Google+ and on Twitter on the 31st August. No results video will be made.

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MrThaiBox123 Twitter http://twitter.com/tfaiso
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‎"I said it’s not good that he [Steve Jobs] is dead, but it’s good that he is gone. The reason I said it was because he was an evil genius, who did harm to the world. He figured out how to make computers that were prisons for the users, and he made them attractive, so that many users got attracted to the glamour, to be handcuffed. After he did this, Microsoft started doing the same thing. So he changed the world for the worse, and we are still fighting the harm that he did. That’s the reason for what I said. Of the various things that Jobs did, that one is the most important, and he is a big harm to the world. I am glad he is not able to do any more of this. I hope that his successors will be less successful than him." -Richard Stallman

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