See how the farmer waits for the precious fruit of the earth, being patient with it until it receives the early and the late rains. - James 5:7

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

More "I told you so!" Stuff.




Facebook feeds narcissism!
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 I knew it!  I knew it!  I knew it!
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For the average narcissist, Facebook "offers a gateway for hundreds of shallow relationships and emotionally detached communication." More importantly for this study, social networking in general allows the user a great deal of control over how he or she is presented to and perceived by peers and other users. - News story
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What have I been saying all along you freaks!  An apostolate - my ass.

12 comments:

  1. Yeah, that's what I like about it Terry.

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  2. Facebook feeds narcissism! Whereas blogging is far above anything like that.

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  3. nah... it just give me another outlet to alienate people. Yay! I have people skillz!

    Love and Kisses,
    Anonymous

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  4. Owen - Shhhhhhhhhhh! Don't say anything.

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  5. "shallow relationships and emotionally detached communication." And there's something wrong with that?

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  6. Facebook only mirrors Western society today. That's all.

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  7. +JMJ+

    Ha! I was just thinking about what it means to have accepted all my blog readers' Friend Requests and rejected or ignored most from family, friends, and old classmates and colleagues. Now I know!

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  8. Nice tag, Ter! This is for you!

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  9. @Larry D - awesome and inspiriting link.

    I just love the way Jesus makes people so happy about football and about each other and about big hair and well, everything. If he can lift their spirits surely he can lift our brother Terry

    Or maybe it was acid?

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  10. LarryD's video: Oh, please, somebody shoot me and get it over with!!!

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  11. Anonymous1:39 PM

    Facebook is nuts, Terry. A time suck and ego machine.

    Guilty as charged here.

    We should pray more, shouldn't we?

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