Monday, April 29, 2013


Hey everybody!!! I know I have been off my blogging game but if you read my last post, you saw that I had a major lost in the family.  Simply put, I have not been in the mood to blog about anything.  But I am back and ready to discuss the foolery.

So lately on Facebook, I have been seeing disturbing things on my Newsfeed.  I will be strolling down my Newsfeed and out of the nowhere I will see a video clip of two people doing adult things.  When I first started seeing this, I thought that maybe that some were getting spammed.  But then I realized that these "friends" were purposely posting these videos on Facebook.  Is this what Facebook has become?  Should I get off now?

 I am shocked that this mess is going on on the Book.  Even Youtube is particular about the videos that are uploaded to their site.  Heck, even World Star warns you that a video is explicit.  Now Facebook has had it's questionable moments: complicated privacy policies, options to "check-in" at your current locations to make it easier for stalkers to find you, and the option to have ratchet names (i.e. Kesha TakeYourMan Jenkins). But now when you stroll down your Newsfeed,  you see pics of some one's newest baby, the latest recipe on Pinterest, and then *boop* two people getting it in.  Has someone notified Mark Zuckerberg about this? 

Now when you start to censorship, people start yelling about the 1st Amendment.  I do believe in freedom of speech.  The 1st Amendment is what allows me to have this blog and talk about whatever I want.  But I also believe that you have to have social responsibility to those around you.  Now, if watching porn is your thing then go ahead! But I do not need to know what your fav genre of porn is when I am looking at pics of my nephew's flag football game.  Save that for your private time.  People love to say if you don't like their content then unfriend them.  Well, you are right and please believe the culprits have been unfriended. 

I thought Facebook was going downhill when people decided to put every moment of their life  on a status.  But now Facebook has jumped off the cliff with these rated X videos.  Mr. Zuckerberg, I do not know what direction you are trying to take Facebook but we do not need another World Star Hip Hop. 

What are your thoughts?

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