LarryDan43: A friend of mine was recently murdered by her husband, Facebook keeps suggesting I poke her.
Dwight_Yeast: True story: I found out last week that a college friend of mine died in 2008.When I signed up for Facebook in 2009, he was one of the first people I friended. I noticed there was no activity on his wall, but I figured he was going through one of his phases where he'd deleted everything.A couple months later, I noticed he's unfriended me. All I can think is that his mother (who never liked me) is maintaining his account and doing occasional groundskeeping.
St_Francis_P: Or his taste in friends changed after he died.
randomjsa: Facebook finds a way to make money of it.
Grotesk: It's not about Christian or non-, BronyMedic, it's whether you believe in the One True Cylon God and are pseudo-resurrected in the mainframe where your digital "soul" gets to live in virtual perpetuity until uploaded into a new body (or bodies).
TheOther: Meet your real soul-mate on my new dating service, e-Death.com tm
The_Six_Fingered_Man: In before "Nothing, because I don't have a Facebook profile. Never have, never will. You are all sheeple."
The_Six_Fingered_Man: Nothing, because I don't have a Facebook profile. Never have, never will. You are all sheeple.
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