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If a relationship is worth saving. it’s worth putting the work in.

I’m embarking on my 73rd attempt to build a meaningful relationship with Facebook, just so you know. I have never been married to someone I didn’t like (except for fleeting moments during a much richer and happier experience), but I think its a fair comparison that describes my feelings about FB.

You see? I’m even having trouble writing about it!

Anyway, I’ll put the work in for a bit longer, but at the moment I’m contemplating a future life where I can express myself without being told how to do it.

If you understand Facebook, please wave, smile or do something to encourage me. Otherwise I’m outta there!

2 Responses to “My Relationship with Facebook”

  1. Just think of all those people eagerly awaiting pearls of wisdom, and gleeful goats, in this curmudgeonly world….

    Hops, skips and jumps….

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