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Maybe MTV should stop with the trash reality shows that are mind numbingly stupid.
Shows about wealthy for nothing stupid people, brainless 20 year olds, and contests to see who can be the smuttiest should not interest anyone......blaming the fall in value on the cancelled Jersey shore is insane, the drop is from pure lack of interesting programming.
The new CEO of McDonalds is the former CEO of Burger King, BK is in bed with Hunts,
so that's where that went, not brain surgery to figure out what happened.
Please don't get rid of Heinz ketchup, I hate Hunts ick!! As for Dell & HP well their products are lousy, quality is poor, and way to expense to have to replace every 2 or 3 years.
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