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(Science Daily)   Are social networking internet sites a factor in psychotic symptoms? More importantly, why aren't you following me? I'M NOT GOING TO BE IGNORED   (sciencedaily.com) divider line 2
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2012-11-20 09:51:23 PM  
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I used to be heavily emotionally invested in the internet (young) (like the poster above).. Flirting, setting up dates, constantly checking this, checking that, trolling this site, checking my trolling at another site..

Now.. Meh.. I treat the internet now like I used to treat my TV.. I flip through the channels looking for shiat to rot my brain for the next few minutes of my life. I've actually said to myself a number of times "Christ, there is nothing on the internet tonight".
2012-11-20 09:38:12 PM  
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Yes.

And since I do none of that, except random anonymous ramblings here on FARK, I'm good with that.

/I hope FB goes down to $1.00.
 
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