That’s what I feel like. But refugee is the wrong word. FACEBOOK-FREE is more like it. I’m Facebook-less. I think I like it. We all share so much about our private lives, well at some point you have to ask yourself if it’s really in your best interest.
My usual position has been, for decades, well forever that privacy is an illusion, so we may as well let it all hang out.
That was before I thought carefully about the police state we are living in here in the U.S. Inside of that, my position warranted review. Time will tell if it mattered. But knowing we are being looked at, it seems the better part of my courage in this regard would be a measure of discretion.
All my life, I’ve been an activist, usually for peace. Now, my government is interpreting peace activism as a form of domestic terrorism. In America, it is becoming a crime to speak out. Well, the reality is this drift into martial law just activates us activists.
Still, there is no profit in doing their job for them.
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You might be interested in Facebook’s new option called. It is called path.com and it only allows users to have 50 Facebook friends so that you can have a more intimate experience, just sharing pictures with children and grandchildren perhaps.
Thanks. Everything helps. I’ve deactivated my page for the time being. Huge time drain.