If facebook went down would your life move on?
We all know that, for most of the world, Facebook rules over most of your life with a huge data base of photos and friendships. So if all of this was deleted would your life still move on?
Personally speaking, of course it would as i am a very light user of that website.
Over one hundred years ago, Karl Marx correctly identified religion as being the 'opium of the people'. However, in 2011, the peoples' 'opium' is definitely the media and Facebook is an opium based derivitative..
It would still move on. In fact, I think the world would be a better place without Facebook.
i would never let any site make a difference in my life. to me, the people who get obsessed with social media need a smack in the head.
Life goes on as usual, everything keep changing except change itself...
I don't even use Facebook. I think people, especially young people, would do better without it.
We survived just fine before Facebook and Myspace came along. Maybe people would actually socialize in person.
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