Archive for February 2012


Posted on: February 27, 2012

In 1998, I was in Brownies. My favorite band was the Spice Girls and my favorite movie was Titanic. I used to dance to the Spice Girls with my friends to “Spice Up Your Life” and to my Spice Girls CD and tapes. I pretended to be my favorite Spice Girl, Sporty Spice. I sold Girl Scout cookies at Kroger, and I was Sporty Spice for Halloween. I was in the second grade and going into 3rd.


…but he looks like mine. Same body, color, and everything.



This is My Persian. Yes they look exactly alike. He was a stray, but based on his physical features, he’s clearly 100%! There were obviously no papers or documents declaring what breed he was, but the face and fluff along with the stocky body and big paws, clearly states Persian. Thankfully, he’s the older, natural version of his breed. Had he been a modern extreme type, with his health problems and nose so smashed in, now way would he survive in the streets. I wish people stopped breeding for looks and remember the way nature made the cat breed.

This is David After Dentist. The poor little guy was sedated after getting stitches for his teeth. I can’t stop laughing.


Then there’s baby Charlie. The little nooboo loves biting his brother’s finger. (Nooboo is Simlish for Baby). Even though I’m a longtime closeted Sims Freak and the Average Jane of a Simmer, I’m a regular poster on a Sims 3 forum where Spoop is the Administrator.




Facebook has been the most popular social networking website of all time. It was once a simple social networking site where we could post our statuses, stalk check up on our friends and family, whether distant, or current, even reconnecting with them overtime. It was so popular, even our parents have joined, leaving them feel secure their children wouldn’t be lured in by some online creep. With all the fun games and large networks, everyone including myself, completely abandoned MySpace.


Over the years, Facebook has added new features, changing the layout, and eventually, getting rid of some of its privacy settings. The billions of users have complained, and have eventually adjusted. Now Facebook has gone officially too far.


The timeline is going to show posts all the way back telling everyone the date you first signed up. I looked at my cousin’s timeline, and even though she’s had a happy healthy relationship with her boyfriend, for almost seven years, it acts as if they started dating, and broke up. All because her boyfriend only recently got a Facebook. My cousin, is NOT one to air her dirty laundry, and it automatically listed her relationship status as “It’s Complicated.” It’s almost as if Facebook wants to make her look like a Drama Queen airing her dirty laundry about her relationship! Then there’s the soapbox statuses, and the lyrics to those songs I made, years ago. As much as I wasn’t smart, and I was very immature (still am somewhat, but so is everybody, right?), climbing on my soapbox, for posting those, it was over three years ago. No one needs to know what happened on July 24th 2008, and no one cares either.


Facebook is about sharing what you’re up to, where you’re going, what you do, etc. It’s about connecting with your family, friends, and friends of friends, so you can meet and form a new circle of friends. It’s not about sharing what you did and giving your life story, to the point where people just don’t care. If I want to share my memories and life story that bad, I would write my whole life story on this blog. I don’t need to tell people what happened 2008. It was in 2008. In the future, I’m sure I’ll be able to go back and change those things, but will discuss that another time, and what happened on July 22nd 2008  is totally irrelevant to any sort of updated I could be sharing.


I am pretty close to deleting my Facebook, and starting fresh, so none of my annoying soapbox posts or useless information will come up and drive people nuts. If there’s a way to mass delete everything between 2008-2011 that would be awesome. Till then, feel free to sign this petition in hopes Facebook will come to their senses.


Rant Over.


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  • dwarfwench: I do use some custom content but its pretty much just hair and the occasional bit of clothing and only from a couple of specific creators that I like
  • Jeana: So have I. It's so stupid. My hunch is that they'll be forced to resort to classic 2008-2009 layout which is what everyone is most familiar with. The
  • Summer Rose: I agree I don't want the stupid timeline I've personally been trying to keep the old as long as i can