The trends set fourth by the Facebook “Talk” !!

“Can you hear me now?” an all time favourite saying said by cellular users nationwide. A quote that caught on like a hot wild fire on a summers day. Facebook “Talk” is the newest trends among today’s society.
Your Name: status update, what are you doing, is the first thing most Facebook users do once they log in. Update the world on what we are doing, wearing, who we are with or what kind of mood we are in. Status share everything about us, but we are the ones doing the sharing as the rest of the world waits and reads our life stories minute by minute.

The latest Facebook trend seems to be “Copy this in your status and pass it alone” The old fashioned chain letter or statements to give a boost in ones day. We, the Facebook user, as we know it basically represent sheep. We follow by direction with out question. We see it as a status and right away, we copy it as ours and keep the chain going. Good and bad can stem from this but non the less posses a unique trend to not only be a part of, but to watch and analyze how doing what we do on a daily basis with out thought can be the exact same thing everyone else is doing all over the world.

To all visitors who have come to the page because they read it in a status or they stumbled upon in an web based article, please comment and leave only your name and city. This can show how many people posted this as a status and followed everyone else like a sheep. Its also a neat way to find out how many people all over the world actually stumbled across this page as well.  Happy Blogging to all!

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President Obama and Bill Clinton Unite On 2012 Trail For First Time….

 

 

The Barack Obama-Bill Clinton “bromance” was on full display tonight in battleground Virginia as both men united in public for the first time on the 2012 campaign trail.

Clinton, who has been for Obama and audibly hoarse, appeared to captivate the Democratic crowd with his vigorous endorsement of President 44 while making a hard final pitch to undecided or wavering voters.

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