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Would You Friend Rush Limbaugh to Win an iPad?

Let's face it, it's probably pretty rare to be a young adult and a Rush Limbaugh fan simultaneously. But chances are, even if you are, your friends would ostracize you for friending him on Facebook.

Still, history dictates that young adults are willing to sell out friends and beliefs at the drop of a hat for a shot at fame and fortune.

This is where Limbaugh comes in, combing the principles of capitalism and the psychology of gambling to create a new e-lemma. If you friend him on Facebook, you can enter a drawing to win an iPad. I don't know what an iPad does exactly, but it's made by Apple so I'm sure it's fancy and worth millions of dollars.

I was going to post a picture of the iPad, but I couldn't find one on the Internet.



  2. hmmm,
    it's a fair deal.

    i will friend anyone if they are going to give me free junk!!!

  3. if i win the ipad i will play you guys some trackkss

  4. I'd rather have an iTampon.


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