Facebook Foolishness

I have spent too much time on Facebook rather than blogging.  Here is the result.

Outcome of Political Arguments on Facebook

6 responses to “Facebook Foolishness

  1. Yep, that about covers it. Side note: You know how you mentioned toenail fungus on my blog a couple of weeks ago? Well, what to my wondering eyes should appear but an ad about getting rid of toenail fungus, right here on your blog. Coincidence? I think not…

  2. My pro tip is to get a concussion and then doctors tell you you can’t look at a screen for a long time. and then you just never really go back to fb b/c you realize you don’t miss it one bit. That was my approach about a year ago, anyway. cutting the fb cord was almost worth the PITA of the concussion!!

  3. I wish there was an option on Facebook to “block all ads related to anything even remotely political”.

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