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Reply # 1884523 16-Oct-2017 19:04
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Tinshed:

 

Why do people post these silly little "challenges" on Facebook such as, "Name a fish that does not have the letter 'A' in it. Bet you can't"? I assume that when people post an answer they are giving all their Facebook data to the OP?  Is that how it works?  The "challenges' are so puerile and stupid that people can't possibly post them for any other reason but to harvest users data.  At least, that is my assumption. Any thoughts?  

 

 

No need to post them on Facebook, just posting it here on Geekzone has already got three pages of answers in a few hours... 


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  Reply # 1884550 16-Oct-2017 20:26
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Flounder

 

Bottom fish... that's the one I catch most often.

 

 

 

What's a facebook?

 

What's a fish? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No_Such_Thing_as_a_Fish

 

 

 

 

 

My IQ is higher than than Einstein... coz he's dead.


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