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04/25/2016 09:36:39 AM · #1
Just appeared on my wall... with some really funny stuff (probably also copied) with it.

One of my friends... who doesn't know Sandy commented on it... so it appeared on my wall.

What a shock. Although... I don't know why it should shock me. People steal from others all the time. *sigh*

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04/25/2016 09:47:40 AM · #2
Hmmm... I guess I can't link to it.

Here's the post (with a bad copy of Sandy's Lisa portrait at the top):

Stephanie Diane Starlet
April 21 at 8:47pm ·

Nine important facts to remember as we grow older:
Number 9 - Death is the number 1 killer in the world.
Number 8 - Life is sexually transmitted.
Number 7 - Good health is merely the slowest possible rate at which one can die.
Number 6 - Men have two emotions: hungry and horny, and they can't tell them apart. If you see a gleam in his eyes, make him a sandwich.
Number 5 - Give a person a fish and you feed them for a day. Teach a person to use the Internet and they won't bother you for weeks, months, maybe years.
Number 4 - Health nuts are going to feel stupid someday, lying in the hospital, dying of nothing.
Number 3 - All of us could take a lesson from the weather. It pays no attention to criticism.
Number 2 - In the 60's, people took acid to make the world weird. Now the world is weird, and people take Prozac to make it normal.
Number 1 - Life is like a jar of jalapeno peppers. What you do today might burn your butt tomorrow.
...and as someone recently said to me don't worry about old age; it doesn't last that long
04/25/2016 10:21:25 AM · #3
i like those 9 facts, thanks you
04/25/2016 12:14:10 PM · #4
Gee! Just now... after looking at the past entries in High Key... I saw 31.gif dragonwarlord98's image placed well.

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Then, googled and found "18 Beautiful Bright Examples of High Key Photography.

Yep. You guessed it! Serge is a star. :D I'm glad they gave him credit. (Although, afterward... I saw it again on Pintrest. No credit.)

http://www.photopoly.net/18-beautiful-bright-examples-of-high-key-photography/
04/06/2018 06:35:44 PM · #5
Commentary from radio host Dave Ross ...

To Delete Or Not To Delete Facebook

Facebookís latest admission that it wasnít just 50 million, but potentially most Facebook users could have had their data ďscraped,Ē now has people seriously asking themselves if they should delete their account.

For some families, Facebook is the family album. Itís how everybody stays in touch.

Therefore, I decided to survey a cross-section of America Ė that being my family.

Here are the results:

* My wife says she doesnít care about her data and would have no idea how to delete it. Sheís not even sure how she got on Facebook to begin with.

* My millennial nephew said he considered leaving, but wonít.

* My down-to-earth, practical brother said collecting information was always the plan! Whatís the surprise?

* One sister said yes she would delete her account, but canít remember the made-up name she used when she last signed on 10 years ago.

* And my other sister said she long ago deleted her account.

That might explain why Iím just now finding out I have sisters.

As for me, Iím keeping my account. Iím not sure who runs it, and I havenít got time to look at it anyway. Which might be why I havenít heard from my own kids yet on this question.

Iím pretty sure we did have kids though because otherwise there are two bedrooms upstairs I canít explain.
04/06/2018 07:30:48 PM · #6
LOL!!

Originally posted by GeneralE:

Commentary from radio host Dave Ross ...

To Delete Or Not To Delete Facebook

Facebookís latest admission that it wasnít just 50 million, but potentially most Facebook users could have had their data ďscraped,Ē now has people seriously asking themselves if they should delete their account.

For some families, Facebook is the family album. Itís how everybody stays in touch.

Therefore, I decided to survey a cross-section of America Ė that being my family.

Here are the results:

* My wife says she doesnít care about her data and would have no idea how to delete it. Sheís not even sure how she got on Facebook to begin with.

* My millennial nephew said he considered leaving, but wonít.

* My down-to-earth, practical brother said collecting information was always the plan! Whatís the surprise?

* One sister said yes she would delete her account, but canít remember the made-up name she used when she last signed on 10 years ago.

* And my other sister said she long ago deleted her account.

That might explain why Iím just now finding out I have sisters.

As for me, Iím keeping my account. Iím not sure who runs it, and I havenít got time to look at it anyway. Which might be why I havenít heard from my own kids yet on this question.

Iím pretty sure we did have kids though because otherwise there are two bedrooms upstairs I canít explain.
04/07/2018 01:24:04 PM · #7
Originally posted by GeneralE:

Commentary from radio host Dave Ross ...

To Delete Or Not To Delete Facebook



That's great! Love it.
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