Not missing Facebook.

After committing 'mass virtual suicide' (hat tip: Mike), I'm feeling better and better about leaving Facebook.

Between [sheepishly] reconnecting to people I knew in grade school or high school, building relationships that shouldn't exist between ex-girlfriends, and being invited to the dumbest groups imaginable, I definitely do not miss Facebook.

"But everyone's on!"

Yes, indeed, everyone is on:

I had no idea the paypal dude was part of some vast right-wing think tank (isn't that an oxymoron)?. Damn. I use paypal, like, all the fuckin' time.

(via Hugh)

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Saturday, July 21st, 2007
mir's picture

Okay so like, Mike's back on FB.

I like to think of it as a silo that's bulging at the seams, refusing to join is basically cutting off your internet to spite your face.

They don't pay me to do this, I am this obnoxious on my own.

stevenmansour
Monday, July 23rd, 2007
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I didn't refuse to join. I came, I saw, and I blew chunks at all the verbal handjobbing going on in "Myspace 2".

I like to think that I'm far too busy / important to mingle with the proletariat, but I really just don't like companies that pretend to be communities. :)

dave
Wednesday, August 1st, 2007
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i really don't care what anyone knows about me. if i had a t-shirt large enough to put all of my facebook information on it, i would make it and wear it. as long as my money is safe, i don't care.

Incognito
Friday, November 13th, 2009
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"i really don't care what anyone knows about me. ....."

The problem bro, is that the New World Order system will greatly appreciate you giving them all your info for free....
DO you know that everytime you fill a captcha, you are helping digitize books?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvVAViDtKeA

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