I began keeping a kind of scratch pad of collected thoughts. Because I didn't get my thoughts all collected that I wanted to include in this presentation before I decided to go ahead and post it, I decided to do a sequel. However, before getting around to starting the sequel, I had a little experience over at Facebook that I thought would have to stand alone when it came to reporting it, so that's what this entry is all about.
Just in case you haven't noticed, Facebook has been acting pretty goofy in various ways. I mentioned as part of the aforementioned blog-entry that it had hopped around like a frog or toad and got my mouse to clicking on porn sites for men. I had no idea that I had even opened them until I found them on my computer screen the next morning.
One of the other many pranks it's been pulling is truncating comments, repeating comments, and/or not even posting them in the first place.
All of this monkey business has something to do with all of the "improvements" that Facebook has made to its site. I have found that many of those so-called improvements bear closer resemblance to a train-wreck than to improvements!
Anyway, I tried to leave a comment on the following picture that the guy in the picture looked like Sonny Bono only taller.
What I got instead was an original copy and two repeats of the first two words of my comment.
Are we having fun yet!?!
Anyway, I came up with a way to outfox the glitch monkeys. I just left three comments of two words each, since the monkeys seemed to not be capable of counting past two at that time.
Here's what it looked like:
Puh-leeze quit making all of those blasted improvements!!!
I am not impressed!!!