Archive for ‘Facebook’

June 1, 2019

What Facebook Needs

by duncanr


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November 5, 2018

Hey, I gotta work

by allthoughtswork

Vixens Gentlemens Club

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July 2, 2018

Social media: Never used it, never will

by allthoughtswork

I also eschew all television, ads of any kind, news, and 99.9% of the crap movies they’ve been churning out lately. Life is so fucking good.

June 23, 2018

I love you but I won’t “Like” you

by allthoughtswork

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Let’s be very clear, if you’ve made my day, I’ll tell you. You know, like human beings (used to) do in olden times. I’ll either type it out with punctuation and everything, tell you directly to your face with a smile, or–clutch the pearls!–pick up a phone and actually speak into it.

But I won’t Like anything online. Why? Because the depth of my joy cannot be encompassed and expressed by the click of a button.

Also because Facebook is a dick.

April 12, 2018

Be afraid, be very afraid

by allthoughtswork

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Facebook ain’t got nothin’ on these guys. You may want to start searching for porn on someone else’s computer.

April 3, 2018

Facebook : Fount of Knowledge

by duncanr

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March 22, 2018

Facebook is the herpes of social media

by allthoughtswork

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Because no matter how hard you delete, you can never get rid of it.

Caution: rant approaching….

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March 10, 2018

Social media: Never used it, never will

by allthoughtswork

I’ll climb on any soap box at the drop of a hat and give you an earful about the cerebral evils of social media. The closest I come to chasing that dragon is You Tube but 98% of the videos I watch on there are instructive and educational. The rest I get from Duncan.

March 6, 2018

Serial Pest Punished

by duncanr

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October 15, 2015

Mum Puts Racist Son in Place

by duncanr

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there was no internet, or facebook, when I was a lad (thank God!)

a typical ‘conversation’ between my teenage self and my mum when I was preparing to go out generally went something like this . . .

Mum – where are you going?
Dunc – out

Mum – out where?
Dunc – just out

Mum – where’s that, then?
Dunc – nowhere special – just ‘around’

Mum – are you . . .

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