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  1. Netnewswire is also my favorite! I’m looking forward to the next update. And AMEN! XD It’s good to see a christian philosopher who appreciates the Mac. Don’t know anyone who does, actually, so I am glad that I am not alone anymore! I subscribed btw 😉

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