It’s been awhile since wrote one of these rambly, aimless blog posts. Let’s do that again for old-time sake. Say it with me: it’s 2 a.m. I can’t sleep. I’m anxious. Why the hell does inspiration strike at such awkward and inconvenient times? Someone please tell me this. It’s fun to glance at your daily […]
Obviously this is a sequel to my last post. I didn’t think I’d have anything else to say about the matter but here we are. As mentioned in that post, I had cut ties with a few family members that I had simply given up on. They seemed beyond gone, beyond any sort of logic […]
About a month ago I received a Facebook friend request from someone I wasn’t really expecting: my uncle, who is like 60-something years old. It apparently took him until 2020 to get on the Facebook bandwagon, and I don’t know how anyone in this situation wouldn’t feel mildly worried. Some background on him: he’s a […]
What does America mean? What do we stand for? And what does being an American mean?
“The raging mob has lost its nerve There’s more of us but who goes first No one dares to cross the line The cops know that they’ve won” -Dead Kennedys, “Riot” Christ, what a time to return to Facebook. I deactivated my account two weeks ago, more or less, and reactivated it Friday. Why? Because […]
I don’t even have anything to say about this really. Just…just go to Facebook real quick and scroll on through: you’ll know what the hell I’m talking about. It’s like “the decade challenge” all over again, but luckily I think this trend will pass fairly quickly. Unlike the decade challenge, Facebook avatars are easy as […]
Stay friends or delete people? I don’t know.
Panic sweeps the world over the coronavirus and people spam shitty memes.
Note: Appreciate the amount of links I have in this mess of a post. It was a ton of work. Oh, and the struggle to italicize company names. I don’t know whether I should bitch about Facebook or praise Instagram, so I’ll probably do both. One social media perspective isn’t complete without another contrasting perspective. […]
A case study of meme overuse and eventual death