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We can probably just let this speak for itself.

TripAdvisor's 2011 Dirtiest Hotels, as reported by TripAdvisor users.

According to this page, though, 3,000 Facebook users "like" the list of the dirty U.S. hotels (as of 10:03 a.m.). I think it's time for us to re-examine the use of the Like button.


I totally agree with you. However, that must be a fake like for the fan. You must consider this case.
Posted by: John( Visit ) at 2/27/2011 5:26 AM


I think you already know it is fake. The like button is double faces knife. no one know the truth of 3,000 facebook users like Dirty US hotels
Posted by: timeshare( Visit ) at 3/25/2011 9:31 AM


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