You know what’s messed up?

It’s not even been 12 hours yet since I deactivated my Facebook account, and I’m already having withdrawals.

That’s a bad sign, no matter how you look at it.

Until next time...

7 thoughts on “Withdrawals

  1. I deactivated mine for about a week not too long ago. Then I thought I was missing something…now, I’m wondering about deactivating it again. But then, I find I’m withdrawing from ALL of society, not just social networks. I guess I’m becoming jaded….

  2. You aren’t missing much … Wait … Aw… The little kitty… So many photos of food, pets, and many different shenanigans along with various hi-jinx…

  3. Maybe you could catch up on some blog reading and visiting? Or work on yours; change it around, update links, post a bunch of photos of cats that look like Hitler, whatever you want.

  4. I also deactivated my Facebood account, about two weeks ago. I didn’t visit it much and I don’t miss it at all. My web world is getting smaller and more pleasant . However I did find your blog this week and am enjoying it and the cat photos. I’ll be back.

  5. You’re right, nothing really does get deleted. I deleted my account (not deactivated) and waited the “about two weeks” for the info to be deleted. Then I waited some more. After a month, I created another account with totally different info. As soon as I started adding a few friends, it was amazing how many of the friends that I had friended before (some of which have no relationship to anyone else I friended) came up as suggestions. My attitude about privacy on the internet, is that if you want some, don’t use the internet. Sorry, nobody gives away free service. They’re gettin’ something out of you, and in the case of FB and any other site, it’s ad revenue for mined data. I totally accept this as the way it works. I don’t like it, but that’s life.

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