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Topic # 193810 24-Mar-2016 22:29
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"Brussels attacks: How to change your Facebook profile picture and other ways to help"

 

 

 

Because changing your profile picture is just so helpful.

 

What a load of lightweight  tosh people do come up with these days.






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  Reply # 1519375 24-Mar-2016 23:14
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Nothing to do with the side effects of eating sprouts then?





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http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/technology-science/technology/facebooks-sheryl-sandberg-claims-like-7218938

 

In the 60s it used to be "All you need is love", apparently they were wrong, "All you need is like".

 

Perhaps there will be less bombings when the West does less uninvited nation building.


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  Reply # 1519384 24-Mar-2016 23:21
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Sometimes folks just need a way to cope with these events, in what way does having a story like this and folks doing a little and changing their Facebook affect or harm you.




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MikeB4: Sometimes folks just need a way to cope with these events, in what way does having a story like this and folks doing a little and changing their Facebook affect or harm you.

 

 

 

I never said it harmed me - I merely find it pathetic that individuals lack sufficient backbone to 'cope' when you consider that about 99.99% of said individuals are not affected directly by the actions.

 

I cannot imagine what WW2 would have been like with this lot involved. Change your Facebook profile instead of D Day perhaps. It's self-indulgent drivel.








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  Reply # 1519388 24-Mar-2016 23:27
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Nothing to do with the side effects of eating sprouts then?

 

 

No. Those are very different. 






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MikeB4: Sometimes folks just need a way to cope with these events, in what way does having a story like this and folks doing a little and changing their Facebook affect or harm you.

 

I have no problem with people showing sympathy, however I disagree with Sandberg, I don't think ISIS's motivation is over a facebook page.




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roobarb:

 

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/technology-science/technology/facebooks-sheryl-sandberg-claims-like-7218938

 

In the 60s it used to be "All you need is love", apparently they were wrong, "All you need is like".

 

Perhaps there will be less bombings when the West does less uninvited nation building.

 

 

 

 

I'm sure there are many in Europe just now who would agree that "uninvited nation building" is not something they want!






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  Reply # 1519393 24-Mar-2016 23:44
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Geektastic:

 

"Brussels attacks: How to change your Facebook profile picture and other ways to help"

 

 

 

Because changing your profile picture is just so helpful.

 

What a load of lightweight  tosh people do come up with these days.

 

 

Is it filled with ads selling weight loss products?


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