My Survivor recap that no one will read will come tonight or tomorrow morning. For now, I am reblogging this one because I thought about it when a friend of a friend commented on a post yesterday.
I generally keep most of my Facebook statuses public. Periodically, something happens that makes me consider changing that. Usually, it’s when some random person I don’t know decides to take offense at something I shared without actually reading the article or knowing why I shared it. I always make the decision to stay public. Here are my reasons why:
1. The only time anyone reads this ridiculous blog is when it posts to Facebook. If I’m going to insist on writing stupid stuff on occasion, I would like to get a few hits. The only way that happens is if a lot of people see it on Facebook. Keeping it public allows for the possibility of new people reading it.
2. I enjoy seeing random people who are friends of friends liking my posts on Facebook. It is a narcissism thing, I know, but I like to see that my…
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