Deactivating my Facebook was almost like getting rid of a drug addiction at first. I would instinctively type in Facebook on my phone, without even really wanting to use it.
“We all know that sting you feel when it seems like everyone has turned against you and you are all alone. That is where Brock is at, right now. We want him to know that he isn’t alone. In fact, if you are really honest with yourself and stop pointing fingers, you will see a little bit of Brock in your own lives.”
“I am moved to tears yet again as I struggle to put our experience into words. In spite of a few hateful, broken human beings in this world who can all too easily legally get their hands on mass assault weapons – people ARE kind.”
[sees couple break up on Facebook]
Since yesterday, these theories are spreading like a virus.
“It seems as if a horrible nightmare as the names on the list are released.”
For darkness to succeed, it must extinguish every flicker of light. Clearly, despite the despair and tragedy, it has failed here in Orlando.
Still wondering why there’s “Gay Pride” parades and festivals??
I can’t decide which is the funniest…
Is the person who comments on every post a better friend than the one who only occasionally likes a photo? It feels more like we are like kings, with courtiers currying favors.