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The 20th Most Popular Person On Google+ Tells You How To Use It

That would be me..  Check out this lovely article about my G+ experience..  I heart you guys! Thanks for being in this experience with me ♥

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VOTE BLUE at all levels!

Yes. He did say this.

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