I have at least a dozen people on my FB friends list who are deceased - some of them for a great number of years. Do you delete people from your social media when they die or keep them on?
When my son died, it was on Facebook before I was notified. Fortunately, I don't have a Facebook account so I didn't see it. Others might not be so lucky. I can't imagine learning of the passing of a loved one in that manner.
Most I still have are now memorial pages. I keep them as a way of remembrance between friends and enjoy when old memories come up.I have at least a dozen people on my FB friends list who are deceased - some of them for a great number of years. Do you delete people from your social media when they die or keep them on?
You admitted to not using FB anymore after your relentless claims that you have never used social media, other than these forums. That seems to be the truth. Did something change?What truth is that? Please explain. Thanks. I do know that I know more about truth than you do.
Peck yourself out of the hen house. You can do it!!
So I was right. Thanks!
Why not just own it?I've found that some people are closet social media lookie loos, and never post. I used to have a co-worker like that. She would claim to not be a FB user and only had it to keep in touch with her daugthers. Anytime you mentioned going somewhere or doing something you might have posted on FB, she would say "oh, yeah - I saw that on FB". BUT! She never shared anything herself.
She never shared her own life or goings-on, because she really didn't have a life or any goings-on. She just stalked other's pages and would use things you said to others or memes you posted as fodder for her office gossip.
Why not just own it?