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I'm giving the Documentary an 8 and Elizabeth Homes a Big Fat Zero!
Just for the record, I'm giving the Documentary an 8 and Elizabeth Homes a Big Fat Zero! It's people like this that are bringing down society as well as some of the other entrepreneur's mentioned in this film who she idolizes....
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