December 13, 2010
nprfreshair:

joberholtzer:

gwenannhua:

My new Facebook :)
Inspired by Alexandre Oudin

This is awesome. Somebody help me do this since I am photo-dumb!

just reblogging this because it’s really, really awesome.

nprfreshair:

joberholtzer:

gwenannhua:

My new Facebook :)

Inspired by Alexandre Oudin

This is awesome. Somebody help me do this since I am photo-dumb!

just reblogging this because it’s really, really awesome.

(Source: what-the-duckkk)

April 25, 2011
The Entirety of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone in one Facebook Thread

The Entirety of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone in one Facebook Thread

August 18, 2011
"We find Holocaust denial to be repugnant and ignorant, just as we object to many of the other ideas expressed on Facebook.... We’ve come to the conclusion that the mere statement of denying the Holocaust is not a violation of our policies. We recognize people’s right to be factually wrong about historical events.”

cheatsheet:

A Facebook spokesperson on why the social networking site doesn’t remove Holocaust-denying content from their site.

12:11pm  |   URL: http://tmblr.co/Z5Ai4y8TNYPh
  
Filed under: facebook holocaust 
August 19, 2011
fsufeminist:

squeetothegee:

friendlyatheist:

armywifesara:

“If you ever want a good quote to put on Facebook, just go look in the bible.”

LULZ



Now THAT’S my kind of Bible quote!

fsufeminist:

squeetothegee:

friendlyatheist:

armywifesara:

“If you ever want a good quote to put on Facebook, just go look in the bible.”

LULZ

Now THAT’S my kind of Bible quote!

(via fsufeministalumna)

January 29, 2012
fuckyeahfeminists:

“Soo the original picture for this compares pictures of thinner, lithe women with vintage photos of women with curvier figures and reads “When did this….become hotter than this?” I’ve seen it on my facebook news feed numerous times and the blatant thin shaming didn’t sit well with me, so I decided to make my own version and post it on my wall. I also reported the original image, which had over 60,000 ‘likes.’ I invite anyone else who has seen this image on facebook to do the same. “
Submission from Tumblr user putachips

fuckyeahfeminists:

Soo the original picture for this compares pictures of thinner, lithe women with vintage photos of women with curvier figures and reads “When did this….become hotter than this?” I’ve seen it on my facebook news feed numerous times and the blatant thin shaming didn’t sit well with me, so I decided to make my own version and post it on my wall. I also reported the original image, which had over 60,000 ‘likes.’ I invite anyone else who has seen this image on facebook to do the same. “

Submission from Tumblr user putachips

February 5, 2012
"facebook drools tumblr rules"

— Noam Chomsky (via artifist)

(Source: jrantisexleague, via fsufeministalumna)

February 7, 2012
That awkward moment when you realize your Facebook has become like a high-school yearbook full of people you don’t know anymore.

(Source: kileyrae)

April 12, 2012
Facebook now tells you when someone declines your invitations.

fsufeminist:

Rude.

(Source: fsufeministalumna)

May 14, 2012
Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin renounces U.S. citizenship in order to make a few hundred million more on the social network's IPO -- by avoiding taxes, because that's what rich people do best -- in which case we say good riddance and we're glad Mark Zuckerberg fucked you over all those years ago.

inothernews:

Maybe you can endorse Mitt Romney now.

July 25, 2013
No One Cares That You’re Deactivating Your Facebook: Speed and Rate of Technology

I was recently on Facebook, and saw a status by someone saying they were disconnecting from Facebook. I don’t really understand that desire. I understand the feeling of not using your phone when you’re with your family, or I understand the idea that when you’re in certain situations you want to be present, but in other ways, I don’t understand it. We have reached a point with Facebook (and other social media outlets) where disconnecting isn’t really an option. Disconnecting from Facebook today, is like if years ago I had said “I get too much mail, I’m deactivating my mailbox.” Ever since we’ve had technology, we’ve felt that it’s going too fast.

The problem here isn’t that technology is going to fast, the problem is that people choose to divest when it isn’t really an option. Facebook has become far too widespread, and far too large a part of our interactions for us to be able to divest. By divesting in that way, it’s not the website you’re getting further from. It’s people. It’s your friends.

Keep that in mind next time you decide to divest.

January 31, 2014

facebook ads setting the bar high as usual

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