Why are we ok with sharing pictures with our 1000+ friends on Facebook, but would find it unreasonable to have our picture posted on our door for a passerby to see?
1. I don't have 1,000 friends on Facebook.
2. I don't use my photo on my Facebook profile.
um well i dont have 1000 friends on facebook, if i did i would probably be running for my life right now, and the picture thing i got no problem with because if I want to blind you, I'm going to do it whether im home or not.
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