Saturday, January 30, 2010

Entry one...

Richard Fonseca has been deleted.

Yes. It is true.

I've been pondering the notion in my mind for quite a while now and tonight at aproximately 6:15PM Central Standard Time I completed the task of deleting Richard Fonseca from my Facebook. He had it coming. I mean...the guy posts random meaningless updates like every 20 minutes! It was really off-putting. I had to do it. And at about 7:33PM Eastern Standard Time my brother followed suit.

I think I speak for both me and my brother when I say that I feel liberated. I feel like I can finally live my life peacefully. Without the cumbersome intrusions of someone elses useless updates that detailed how he changed lightbulbs in his bathroom or how he forgets his namebadge from time to time.

Life is good.

Welcome to my blog.

Thank you for reading,

bryan.

1 comment:

  1. I totally agree. Facebook is NOT the medium to post what you are doing every 5 minutes of your life.

    That is why they invented twitter and that is why I will never sign up for twitter because no matter how interesting you are, I don't want to know that you are leaving work early to get your car inspected.

    Now, if one stated that they got their car inspected and it past. Well, that's a different story. Cause we all know that can be a pain in the ass.

    I think the max number of posts on Facebook during a week's time should be limited to 2 or 3 about accomplishments, wishes, random thoughts,or things of that nature. Not mundane routines of your life because we all have our own routines that aren't all that interesting to us, nevermind our friends.

    But if you feel compelled to post every 5 minutes, take it to twitter. That's what it's for. Not Facebook. Otherwise, you will be unfriended. And hiding comments is retarded. What's the point of having you as a friend if I hide you? I like to see what my friends are up to from time to time, just not every 5 minutes.

    My 2 cents,
    -Bryce

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