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    Welcome, everyone, to an impromptu app sales post. You may have noticed that yesterday’s was missing, and for that I apologize. To make it up to all of you, I compiled a list for today with all of the apps that I could find that have gone on sale since Monday — the normal scheduling will resume tomorrow (and it will likely be very short).

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  • The Canon Rebel t6i DSLR camera is down to a great low price refurbished

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    If you lose your keys — or if you even think you might lose your keys — then this is a no-brainer.

    I can’t say that I’ve ever really lost my keys. I tend to put them in the same place every time I return home. And I keep them in the same spot in my bag when I travel.

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