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the facexxxx of facebook

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the facexxxx of facebook

the face**** of facebook

ode to mr. ****erberg,
whose glowing dopey eyed
face, is credited for bringing the
world
face****---
this way of connecting all the
masses, doing the bidding of the
FBI, making it easier for all the
Information collecting agencies
abound,
has been worshiped by those
lesser personalities at the 
convention o’ life
as a way of “keeping in touch”
etc. & yet,
the reality is that it continues
as a way to sell more products
to the salivating consumers,
to creep its tentacles into
every crevice that it can 
to force more & more people
by the day,
to submit to the
brainwash 
extravaganza---
but for all the hubbub that 
face**** has brought with it,
all the “positive aspects” of the
medium,
how many relationships has
face**** been responsible for
destroying?
how many friendships in
REAL LIFE begin & end
with being “friended?”
and how much does the
minute by minute
surveillance of one another,
really keep people together?
as statistics begin to reveal
the amount of divorces 
(side-effect of an illusory union
called “marriage,” still to this day
meant to dictate a status quo made
by bull*****religions & fear mongering
states) that have been caused by face**** &
the ways in which relationships
of all kinds are being afflicted 
by the constant twitch of
worry & wonder that the
medium produces…
another one logs on,
another one creates a 
profile,
another one bites the
goddamned
dust. 

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