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Tolerance for fools

Post  Jimcoleman on Thu May 29, 2014 5:09 am

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Am i being harsh a while ago a guy goes on to the fb bandit page, drops a pic of his Bandit and says here is a pic for those who don't know what a Bandit looks like. 
So my sarcasm rears its head and he gets up set. Tell me was i being harsh
 
In my job i have no tolerance
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Re: Tolerance for fools

Post  madmax on Fri May 30, 2014 3:19 am

@Hammy wrote:Being someone who has NO time for this Facebook craze thing, I am surprised that someone would get upset over a simple picture or remark, on a social media site that seems to be made up of 99.9999% Crap anyway.

eg.   I had a piece of fruit loaf toast this morning.

Get a life.

I'm not believing it unless you post a picture of said toast on facebook for all the world to see. I mean who wouldn't want to see something like that each day!!!

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Re: Tolerance for fools

Post  Dekenai on Fri May 30, 2014 4:33 am

@Bosco15 wrote:Facebook is a tool used by people in differing ways.
For some people it's a way to connect with people that they normally wouldn't see.
For some it is a medium for advertising and business development.  
For others, many of the younger generation, it's a tool to portray to the world an image of themselves that they believe will impress.
The desire to be "liked" & commented upon shows a lack of self esteem, a need to be reassured that they are both normal and one of the tribe. A need to belong. A base human trait. Unfortunately the more effort some people put into being part of the crew, the less they accept who they really are and the un happier they become.  
I laugh to myself,  frequently,  at the way society praises those individuals who really stand out (like the first peanut to wear a beanie like a hair net in the middle of summer) and then try to emulate the individual by wearing the same uniform, thus becoming individuals that are all the same. People really are sheep.
Anyhow, I'd better go put my beanie on and get on with it. Lol

That's a pretty accurate statement of the reasons why I refuse to participate.
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Re: Tolerance for fools

Post  mtbeerwah on Fri May 30, 2014 9:28 am

@Jimmy the Boy wrote:" />

Ha Ha Ha....to true sir!!

On the subject, If I want to talk to someone, I ring them, or visit them. Hey, That might catch on as the in thing
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Re: Tolerance for fools

Post  kelpie on Fri May 30, 2014 10:55 am

@Bosco15 wrote:  
I laugh to myself,  frequently,  at the way society praises those individuals who really stand out (like the first peanut to wear a beanie like a hair net in the middle of summer) and then try to emulate the individual by wearing the same uniform, thus becoming individuals that are all the same. People really are sheep.

Sounds like Harley riders to me!
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