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Telus recruits Leonard Nimoy to help you improve your Facebook status

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Sharp has George Takei to tell you about the fourth pixel it can't show you, and now Telus has hired none other than Leonard Nimoy to help out with another difficult task: improving your Facebook status messages. Using the WWLNS application -- that's What Would Leonard Nimoy Say? -- you can submit potential status messages to Mr. Nimoy and see what he thinks before you actually post them. Apparently, we've been writing in haiku without even realizing it. Of course, you will have to "Like" Telus in order to try it out yourself -- clever, Telus, very clever.... logical, even. More Nimoy after the break.



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