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With apps like Tinder, dating in the online age can often feel like throwing a bunch of random balls into the air and then trying to juggle them at once. To visualize her recent dating history, multimedia reporter Lam Thuy Vo took that metaphor and ran with it, showing how all of those balls thrown into the air ended up working out for her.
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With apps like Tinder, dating in the online age can often feel like throwing a bunch of random balls into the air and then trying to juggle them at once. To visualize her recent dating history, multimedia reporter Lam Thuy Vo took that metaphor and ran with it, showing how all of those balls thrown into the air ended up working out for her.

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