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My name is Moin Uddin Ahmed Tipu. I`m a Google AdSense Professional and a Google Certified AdSense Optimizer. I can do all the tasks associated with AdSense. I also have 6 years experience in Google Ads, WordPress, Social Network Marketing, PPC Marketing etc.

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    Afua storming ahead to a racist point, I looked and didn't see anything wrong with the pic.

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    I just googled black teenage images fans white teenage images and they looked the same – both hdad hedadshots and posing from waist up. They

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    Racism is in the eye of the beholder. I did recognise the man nor think the picture showed him in a bad light. In fact I expected the picture of the 'mermaid' would be found to be wrong form the ladies on the panel. What a sad life to be Afua.

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    I feel sorry for Afua because she sees racism everywhere she looks – even when it isn't there. Perhaps she should study the law of attraction!

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    Nick Ferrari for all of his I am against seeing race in everything, is a race baiter in the lowest denominator.

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    A picture can't be racist it's an material object.

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