I hate facebook, yet it remains near the top of my history (which is what I use to go to frequently visited websites) because of its association here and with a couple of other sites.
I do have a facebook account but only use it "as needed" (a couple of times a month). I'd eliminate my facebook account except that it's difficult to get them to completely eliminate an account (they just deactivate it) so I think the problem would persist.
Clear the history and/or start using bookmarks?
Even better, create your own website with all your favorite links and use it as your homepage.
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