...the outrage and backlash of all the happenings with privacy on Facebook. Really? I mean, really? How is anyone surprised when we live our lives so out loud and publicly that our private information, which everyone shares every time they pick up a phone or log on to a computer, is not private anymore? When people on Facebook post when they're out of town, what they're eating, the divorces they're going through, the political views they have, videos of kids, dogs, vacations, their happiness and despair, the most intimate details of their lives, how is anyone surprised that their privacy has been compromised? I don't understand. It's our choice right now with social media, blogs included, to air all of our dirty laundry in public, which we do every second of every day. That's some high expectation in this day and age to think that Big Brother isn't watching you and hoping to cash in on your hopes and dreams and frustrations and likes. I mean, really?
On a completely different note, snow on a fence post :-) Kind of reminds me of gumdrops.