I reckon his gf broke up with him ’cause of his constant updating of his status about him being bored, and now that he’s single, he doesn’t wanna give people the impression that he got dumped… or something.
In my sanity, I must confess that to truly appreciate this man’s post, one must look at it as poetry. He is conducting an orchestra to the soundtrack of a generation of children who have been lost at the altar of technology. This is the result of a cold, heartless capitalistic ideals that all of you, even those of you who claim to be “liberal”, have embraced and lived throughout your empty and “bored” lives.
Go outside. Spend some time in the real world. Help your fellow man. Overthrow the bourgeois pigs who are only reaping their rewards at our own ignorance. By doping us with mindless and trivial data reaped from the Internet, we truly are a nation, no, a world of Lamebook entries.
Mao, I also agree whole-heartedly with you. Ironically, that “TLDR” comment- thank you, go mao, for the translation- perfectly illustrated the very point that you were making. It is appalling to me that a person could proclaim that 2 paragraphs were too long to read, and THEN proceed to criticize what was NOT read.
“Seriously”. That’s original. In your defense, I suppose all you had at your meager disposal were “Seriously?” and “Really?”. I bet you overuse “absolutely” and “not so much”, too. If you weren’t a troll, you’d know that Mao’s been annoying a lot of people on this site for some time. And you’d also know that TLDR is really more of a slam than something to be taken literally. Way to miss the point. This is Lamebook, not Adbusters.
Well hell, three more- 1) A “troll” would be someone who spends all of their time away from the sun- pretty much the opposite of someone who spends all of their time on facebook; 2) It’s pretty funny to have you reference this “meager disposal”, not knowing that you are referring to a person with a doctorate in Psychology; and 3) Since when has it become appropriate to “slam” a person, without it being meant literally? Have our words really become that meaningless?
Lol I love how when some one (Chairman Mao) throws in a few *big* words people decide he is right in an effort to sound *smart* as well. Even if the point is completely invalid. Semantics people, semantics.