Facebook, Deleted

In September 2017 I deleted my Facebook account, or so I thought. Several searches online made me think there were bits and pieces of my account still alive. On March 18th, 2018 I attempted to log back on to Facebook and lo-and-behold. It was as if I had never left. There is, apparently, a special set of steps you need to take to delete your account completely, but I doubt it is ever really gone. Once something goes online it lives there forever.

The things I missed during my time away from Facebook amount to a tremendous pile of nothing. Many people I know, or have previously known, experienced many things in their lives. Some great, some terrible. There were probably hundreds of memes I missed out on, darn. At least two people I know had babies (spoiler alert, all babies are the same (even mine (if anyone thinks other wise they are just fooling themselves))).

For some people, Facebook and social media mean a lot. Who am I to judge? Ok, I am very judgmental, but if someone else enjoys social media then ok. But exactly what is social media good for? Sharing things? Photographs, News Stories (that no one actually reads), memes?

About Nicholas Wyant

Information does not want to be free. Fake News does not exist. Friends on Facebook are not really friends. I can ruin any party/social setting in mere seconds.
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