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It's amazing he didn't break anything.
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Don't believe a god damn thing on Facebook everyone.
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They do look rather ugly, maybe some greenery will do them some good.
These are the tiny little shutters that allow light through, or not through.
Every single tech company seems to be releasing their own fitness tracker, but this one actually has a unique feature.
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We might think that we know our closest celestial neighbour well, but it's kept one secret hidden until now.
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