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If you aren’t a member, your e-mail address will be necessary when you leave a comment on the site, for follow-up comments, any questions we might have about your comment (which isn’t very likely) or for direct reactions.Average session times went up from 2 clicks to 20 minutes, with 8% of the audience talking for an hour of longer.- Love Doctor, an advice - Perfect Girlfriend - Perfect Boyfriend PBL deployed two versions of the perfect girl, Becky and Chloe. Some metrics are: - Engagement went from brief sessions with only a few impressions by visitors, to average sessions of 20 minutes and 33 impressions, with 8% of the audience talking for an hour of longer - The characters increased website impressions by 15%.The fracas erupted after Williams, talking about actor Jesse Williams’ speech on race at the BET Awards, commented on historically black colleges and the NAACP during her show’s “Hot Topics” segment.The talk host reportedly said: “On the other hand, I would be really offended if there was a school that was known as a historically white college. What if there was the National Organization for White People, only?Obviously, we’ll use your e-mail address to send you the e-mail newsletters you’ve subscribed to.