The Zynga app is not removable on the Samsung Galaxy S3. I don't know if it was Samsung or T-Mobile that put it on, but if you "disable" it, and restart the device, the icon comes back. It is re-enabled on restart. Cannot defeat it unless you root.
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Someday, children will sing songs about it. In the meantime, please get off my plane. TY.
An extreme example would be "Mass Murderers are Doing THIS to Hurt People Like You".
My favorite website for clickbait headlines is CNN.com. Here are some headlines I grabbed from them just now:
"Run this play, get a touchdown"
"He found this AFTER he finished his coffee"
"I'd have to do WHAT to eat that?"
"Stunned resident finds jellyfish in
It's a perfectly cromulentificated word.
Said closure would cast a great Homer Simpson quote into obscurity:
"Oh, Diablo Canyon 2, why can't you be more like Diablo Canyon 1?"
If it walks like MSIE,
talks like MSIE,
crashes head-first into a BSOD from malware-laden doom like MSIE,
If it's Microsoft, it's a trap.
(Apologies to any fish-headed gents in the crowd.)