Originally Posted by Catalanotto
You are taking that comment WAY too literally.
I was trying to say that there are more important things in the real world to worry about than fucking 'stories' on facebook.
People can be pretty vehement/scathing on the interwebs. I don't know you, so I took what you said at face value. Move on.
And even if there are more important things, why can't people bitch about it? Yeah, everything is perspective. If your car breaks down and you get hit by a car on the same day, obviously one is worse than the other. It doesn't mean the other didn't suck though.
Originally Posted by Scorpion
I log on 1-2 times a day. Check my inbox and everything else, read a few statuses, and log off. I'm usually done in 5 minutes if I'm not conversing with anyone.
People take it way too seriously especially the younger generation. Facebook is life to the younger kids. To them, having hundreds of friends on Facebook and not seeing any of them in person for days is more important than having a tight knit group of 5-7 friends who you hang out with all the time.
It's sad really, but it's the age we live in when everyone 8 years old or older has a smartphone.
I have like ~160 friends on facebook, and that's too many IMO. A lot of them are people I only see a few times a year at conventions and the like though, so I keep them on facebook.
I guess it's just the new address book. Back in the day if you knew people you kept all their names, numbers and addresses/whatever in an address book. Now you just have facebook.