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peoples actions sometimes speak louder than there voice being heard



peoples actions sometimes speak louder than there voice being heard with out saying a word. peoples actions are sometimes a main attraction.
body language speaks louder and things start to look cloudier.
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Submitted on March 25, 2016

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