Things your dumb friends post on facebook

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  1. tagutcow

    tagutcow Senior member

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    Thomas Senior member

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    ^^ I just read about that in a philosophy book and followed up on the research which is fake as all hell. But it doesn't surprise me that someone in FB would quote this as though it were gospel. I guess anything that supports your narrative is fair game.
     
  3. Harold falcon

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    I don't know what that is. What does "When words are test on water rhis is how the molecules change" mean? It sounds like retard speak.
     
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    tagutcow Senior member

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    In fairness, the standing water around my apartment has been curdling badly since I cursed out the unconscious hoodrat using similar language.
     
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    My molecules are so beautiful when people say kind and supportive words to me. But you know what, my molecules are beautiful irregardless. It's all up to you and your will power to determine what your molecules look like.
     
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    I make my own molecules at home.
     
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    I've seen too many people talk about their voter fraud on facebook.

    I know that everybody would prefer to vote in ohio...but is it not clear that it is actually illegal? You may still be registered in Ohio where you grew up--and they will send you an absentee ballot--but if you last lived there before you started college and you now live and work somewhere else, you shouldn't vote there.

    Obviously people are still going to do it but don't post evidence on facebook. My favorite was from a teacher. A day after posting about how happy she was that she could vote in Ohio, she posts about how excited she is to teach her students about the election and their civic duty and how it all works. I wonder if she talked to them about fradulent voting.
     
  9. L'Incandescent

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    I've got a fb friend who's calling for civil war because his favored Senate candidate did not win. His other friends are supporting him, and apparently not in an ironic way. (I have a lot of fb "friends" who are not really friends.)
     
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    EFV Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Yes, election time is a golden opportunity to single out the loonies on your friend list.
     
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    I think it's fair to say everyone does.
     
  12. L'Incandescent

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    True. People send me friend requests and I feel obligated to accept them. And I am too much of a sweetheart to go unfriending people, so I pay the price of having to wade through a bunch of stupid shit whenever I check my fb page.

    In fairness, though, I probably have fb friends who think to themselves "Goddammit, why do I have to read about this idiot's conversations with his cat. That's stupid!" (Probably not just fb friends who think that, I guess.)
     
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    Wrong thread! :laugh:
     

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