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The facebook wars: part 2

Finally, ive woken up from my laziness to write and draw the last or second last piece this installment. Enjoy.

Behind the inner workings of facebook there is a breed of twisted human being known as the FB mad scientist, see below:

This type of despicable human being has only one true purpose, and that is to turn you into a stalker. The mad scientists are very aware that stalking doesn’t seem quite so serious if its so easy and tempting. So he will prompt you with “suggested friendships” to view, urging you to eaves drop on other peoples conversations and complete interactions. With facebook places he wants you to not only know what your friends are talking about, but exactly where they are.

At war with the mad scientist we have….The original stalkers, the veterans if you will; those who have perfected the art of stalking into a kind of warfare. Sitting at a table with several empty soda cans spread across the floor like empty bullet shells, able to sift through profiles at about 50 mouse clicks a minutue, with the necessary intel such as memorized wallpost ans status update times, so they can look around at other peoples walls, match up the times and conversations to understand what was being said and where the victims have been. The stalking warriors:

Nothing could be more horrifying for one of them than stalking becoming (gasp) easy. Stalking , as they see it, is a skill involving hard work and exemplary effort. So if steady weeks of sifting through profiles have been reduced to a single click, they must step up. If hanging around your facebook wall is too easy, they’ll hang from your real wall and peer through your window.
So, if you find someone hanging under your bed with a flashlight and a weeks supply worth of provisions, don’t blame them, blame facebook.


3 responses

  1. Aggrey

    Your artistic skills continue to rival Picasso and DaVinci.

    February 10, 2011 at 12:05 pm

  2. Your aartistic skills have deteriorated.

    February 15, 2011 at 5:13 am

    • gachagua

      Why thank you for your hating, it’s always very appreciated

      February 15, 2011 at 6:39 am

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