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How a Stupid Donkey Fable Explains the Sad Truths of Social Media Reality

“Stupid is knowing the truth, seeing the truth, but still believing lies.” Morgan Freeman

The purpose of a fable is to teach a life lesson or imply a moral between right and wrong. What moral can be gleaned from an old donkey fable that may pertain to modern times and social media…

Retired teacher — wisdom of Timely Tools for Changes: self-franchise internet marketing, social media attacks, ecology https://helpfulmindstreamforchanges.com

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Retired teacher — wisdom of Timely Tools for Changes: self-franchise internet marketing, social media attacks, ecology https://helpfulmindstreamforchanges.com

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