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  • michaelpaschal03 michaelpaschal03 Nov 14, 2012 11:54 AM Flag

    Facebook, a symptom of the sickness of the world society.

    I don't use this shyt.

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    • richardsgoods@sbcglobal.net richardsgoods Nov 14, 2012 12:39 PM Flag

      you have to have friends to use it

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • I would guess that most of the users are teenagers...I know mine have accounts, and I know they aren't buying anything from the Ads. They don't even use the site anymore, they just use the Chat message feature to talk with their friends. Still don't see how they're going to make money on this site!

    • Yep, the land of STUPID PEOPLE, the ole burn outs from High School, posting 20 yr old pics of themselves and still "thinking" they're a cheerleader or on the football team or something. STUPID-VILLE. Yeah, "Like I have 300 "friends" dude- LOOK at me, I'm sooo "popular" and cool". Adults acting like freaking teenage mental patients. It's a fad, and it will collapse, as it already is- as the next "new" STUPID-VILLE comes along and all the lemmings run over to waste their pathetic lives away there. The dumbest generation. Staring into little phones all day and txting and posting meaningless gibberish nearly 24/7. And THAT we "think" is worth BILLIONS in valuation? Remember when we made things like STEEL and OIL and COAL and MINERALS and Aircraft and Computers and Medical life saving tech, etc? Now, STUPID "WEB SITE" where STUPID sloth congregate and babble to each other- and we're being told that is the "new" economy. NOT BUYING IT.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • me me me...a selfish unproductive underclass

 
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