Once again, the ubiquitus social media giant is messing with your Facebook experience. This time, however, you may not mind. The changes won't affect the appearance of wall posts so much as... how they sound.
WASHINGTON DC- The chances are good that you and your family are under 24/7 surveillance by your own government. What's more, the Feds are being aided by someone who is constantly reporting your habits and whereabouts. Who is this despicable snitch? Look in the mirror. It's you.
As Facebook users are posting privacy notices to protect their personal information, the Social Network landscape has experienced a major earthquake bringing two massive 'continents' together, Google's battle to keep people interested in its Facebook rival Google Plus ended with a $275m purchase of social sharing site Facebook.
INTERNET- Facebook had an expected outtage this morning leaving a bajillion people unable to post what they had for breakfast or comment on that picture that kind-of-looks-like-a-face-and-hands-in-the-clouds. Reports are the Hatfield & McCoy feud has been rekindled.
GUYANDOTTE- Guyandotte became West Virginia's newest city as it seceded from Huntington in yesterdays election and will now stand on it's own.
Tom Bosley is back and he's trying to tell us something...
For those of you who have never traveled to the west, or southwest, cattle guards arehorizontal steel rails placed at fence openings, in dug-out places in the roads adjacent to highways (sometimes across highways), to prevent cattle from crossing over that area. For some reason the cattle will not step on the "guards," probably because they fear getting their feet caught between the rails.