“What can we say? We’re people pleasers” a Facebook spokesman said.
TV, video games, chatting online: inside the sick habits of the Florida gunman who “showed all the warning signs”
“He filled his life with things that brought moments of joy, without filling the void creating by avoiding regular, healthy conversation.”
Man who constantly refers to others as “a special kind of stupid” probably a special kind of genius
“There must be something there that not one reasonable human being is seeing.”
Local resident apparently really mad about “how gay Lucky Charms are now”
“I’m just glad I turned out OK” concluded Moats, who claims he grew up loving the cereal.
Man wonders if any of his friends on social media has an opinion on gun control
“No one seems ready to join a conversation online, where your speech is limited and no one can properly identify the emotions of others,” Brady said.
Facebook activist combats racism by telling everyone what pieces of crap white people are
Tanner, whose parents Phil and Margery own a popular lampshade gallery in Seattle, has formed a small collective to discuss race issues.