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I never joined facebook...
Saw how much time friends Wasted on it...
Another good reason not to join...
Want a job ...need Facebook
Needs friends cause you are a POS.... get Facebook.
Got a toothache and your penis hurts ..log into Facebook and talk about it to strangers.
Depressed... get on Facebook and talk to you 547 Farmville friends that you pester all the time for stupid ****.
All due to the IPO. It is a public company now. So yeah all that information they kipe from you is now worth even MOAR!!!!
Keep feeding them. Me personally....I don't feel the need to update strangers when and what my turds look like on a moment to moment basis. And if you judge me hire worthy off of Facebook, than more than likely your company is trash anyway and not worth working at.
Plus any social site that has you "like" anything but there is no "dislike" or he/she is a douche button is worthless and one sided. So what if 500 people think gas prices are good. How bout the 500 thousand that says it sucks right now???????
It's irrelevant unless you invest in it or are a stay at home mom that lives on it talking to other stay at home moms (primary market according to them) or you are a marketer targeting the masses of dimwits using it.
If Facebook is what you consider the future ...your vision of the future sucks.
Homosexual marriage is the future as well. Doesn't mean I am going to try it out.
what do you think just commenting on this article does, let alone joining facebook???? My name is being circulated to thousands of retailers and has been added as "active" to even thousands more as you read this.... It's all a global conspiracy to send me unsolicited ads!!!!!
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