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April 19, 2007



My profile is still there, I'm just waitnig to see what happens. I've become increasingly suspicious of Google through this all and don't know if I'll continue using their services at all in the future. And I definitely won't be investing my time in G+ (yes, these services' all require the user base to invest time before they are worth a damn, they provide a platform, but we provide the content) if they won't allow people as real' as Immy. My gut feeling is that you and others will be allowed back in, but that doesn't mean G+ or Google is worthy.


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