My husband would be shocked. If he read this blog.
So I’m against facebook on principle since the only thing missing from the personal information under your photograph is your social security number. Don’t start leaving me comments about how you can hide anything you want. I know you can. I’m referring to the people (mostly who are related to me) that have their street address and phone number posted on facebook. You are like one step away from having your identity stolen, you know? The only thing that makes me feel better is the fact that there is no way anyone is going to be able to qualify for credit with my information so I figured what the hell.
Now facebook has sucked me in. It’s ugly. It’s ugly because if you have spent the better part of your adult life employed as a professional snoop, facebook is a gold mine surrounded by land mines. The thing is, you have to be someone’s friend to see their life. But sometimes, you don’t want to be their friend. You just want to know their business. Really bad. So even though you didn’t even have one conversation in high school because that person was an ass, you decide to friend them on facebook to see if their assedness has caught up with them. But then you find they are only a friend adder on their facebook but now they get to see YOUR facebook profile that has you describing your husband’s new facial hair as Unibomberesque. Fair trade of information? I think not.
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