I’d like to take a meandering walk along various points of idiocy:
This could be used as a perfect reason why I neither vote nor use Facebook. I don’t know what amuses me more. The fact that people think either Obama or Gaga update their own pages or whether anyone at all thinks those numbers represent actual fans.
Hey, speaking of Facebook, If you’re getting divorced, you’d better hope you’re not sharing too much. Who thought that this network that allowed you share every single detail of your life with people you don’t know could have been used against you? Frankly, I’m shocked.
Hey, speaking of divorce, if you’re a woman and you unsuccessfully attempt to murder your husband, not all is lost. You can then divorce him and get half his shit. I have been well trained since childhood to know that I am supposed to apologize for being both white and male, but this might be going a little far. Giving half of my stuff to someone after they fail at trying to kill me seems as if I’m awarding a consolation prize for their incompetence.
If I got mad enough to kill her, would they give me the stuff back?
What to do with that picture you took of your infant sucking on your bong? Why, post it on Facebook, of course!
Now, if you’re the type of parent that would take a picture of your little one playing with your bong, I guess I shouldn’t be surprised that you’d overlook the potential ramifications of posting the image on an international sharing site.
Let’s place the blame squarely upon the shoulders of those responsible: Facebook’s confusing privacy settings. Says the mom-of-the-year:
“And I took a pic to show one fucking person and it was a mistake. I would never, ever let him get high.”
Of course not. What kind of mom would that make her?
Man, Facebook is taking a lot of heat lately. Who would have thought that people shortsighted enough to hand over all of their information to a pre-pubescent megalomaniac with no sense of propriety would get so upset over having their information used to make money in spite of their having selected the option to keep the data private.
So, it’s no wonder that Facebook decided to change the way they monetized on the information you chose to make private.
Nah, I’m just shitting you. They hired a regulator from the Bush administration to defend their actions in the face of a governmental investigation. Because if anyone can defend the stripping of the peoples’ rights, it’s someone from the Bush administration.
If the reports are to be believed, someone has stolen 1.5 million Facebook accounts and is selling them to the highest bidder. This news article lets you know all of the terrible things they can do with your login. They also try to help you minimize the damage.
I just wanted to have a good laugh.
I just want to be clear on this. I think slightly less of you after I find out that you have a Facebook account. I just can’t fathom what caused you to overlook every flag that was raised while storing your personal information with a site that was created by a juvenile with anger management issues and a God complex. I can understand you missing some of them, but all? I find it unfathomable.
I honestly don’t know why I try, nonetheless for the few of you that aren’t the lobotomized retards giving away all of their personal information by both handfuls, but instead someone that just had a moment of complete stupidity and created an account while in a fugue:
I’ve had a bit of fun reading about Facebook’s recent attempt to overthrow Google as the go-to place for useless shit. You see, Facebook’s visits translate into advertising dollars. One fantastic way of increasing the number of visits is by making it practically impossible for you to secure your data, thereby making more content available for all the people that have absolutely nothing better to do than spend hours a day browsing flotsam and jetsam posted by other people with nothing better to do than to post it.
They’re making a Facebook movie. Sweet Jesus clean my swimming pool, they’re making a Facebook movie. There’s a lot of excitement over the supposedly leaked script.
I’ve got to be honest. I didn’t make it halfway through the article. It’s a fucking movie about Facebook. Who, other than a 15 year old or a stockholder could give two shits about it?
No, my interest was simply over the fact that someone thought a Facebook movie would be a fantastic idea.
MySpace clearly would have been a better subject.
If they hadn’t been too busy networking with pedophiles and 15 year old emos, Myspace Inc. might have noticed that we were in the midst of a recession and acted accordingly. Instead, they canned one third of their employees. Their stated reason? They wanted to get back to their roots”. It’s well known that Facebook was kicking their ass for some time. In reality, their resource stretching in an attempt to get back some real estate bit them in the ass.
I can see why Facebook took the lead in social networking, with incredibly hot promotional gimmicks like the “name grab” they had recently that went over like a lead balloon with anchors tied to it.
Well, at least we still have Twitter, although we almost lost it. Hehe, not really. But they did get some free advertising out of it, which is good.