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According to this study I've just found. Though to be fair it's people with whom you socially network, which is not the same as friends.
 
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i am so grateful for those friends I have made on social networks such as this forum, have been helped a great deal by such friends..also hurt by some.

I am in a very very isolated area and internet is a great source of interaction for me.
 
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Everything that happens to me is by coincidence.
I love serendipity and suprise.
Life wouldn't be any fun without it.
 
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