In this story (link) I wrote a funny tale of how for a brief moment I thought I might be blood related to my wife. It’s a funny joke sometimes shared amongst us ‘Hamiltuckians’ that we’re all related to each other and it’s appropriate that at the time of this release, I am spending time with Kim’s family, celebrating her mom’s birthday. Perhaps Kim and I are not blood related, but there definitely are a lot of strings connecting our paths.
When you use Facebook, you accumulate Facebook friends
When you accumulate Facebook friends, you start looking at their postings and clicking on the “Like” button
When your FB friends see you “Like”ing them, they begin to feel accepted.
When your FB friends feel accepted, they become more curious about you.
When they become more curious about you, they find out your address via the internet and look you up on Google Maps and Earth.
When your FB friends become more comfortable with your living arrangements through Google Maps, they see that house for sale in your neighborhood.
When your FB friends see the house for sale in your neighborhood, they clean out their savings accounts and buy that house for sale in your neighborhood.
When your FB friends buy the house for sale in your neighborhood, they dig a deep well in the basement, buy a dog and name her “Precious” and invite you over for a special ‘house warming’ party.
When your FB friend invites you over for a house warming party, you end up at the bottom of a well in their basement, with a dog named Precious.
Don’t end up in the bottom of a well with a dog named Precious – don’t use Facebook.