Simple: Sociology and Facebook Games

Simple: Sociology and Facebook Games

Now my argument is just armed at backbone, but also the people who make backbone games, Gang is a major corporation that owns any and all ‘good’ backbone is games. Backbone itself almost makes you check it, making you wonder what your friends are up to, the idea of a public diary almost, something that anybody can contribute to, a encyclopedia of a person’s life if you will. You could spend minuets, an hour maybe hours at a time just staring at a page when you could be doing something more important, math homework perhaps?

My second argument is that it occupies the hosts mind and doesn’t let anything else in. What I mean by this is that backbone is what some people always think about, they think how many likes they get, what people say about them through private messages and most importantly for some people, how many friends they have. There has been a term for people like these, backbone alcoholics, people that are always on backbone or worse, people who always think about backbone.

There are times that know that people lose their social life for a virtual life, people stop planning meetings and instead plan them on backbone, the days of not too long ago of Respiring is no cost as almost every event is through backbone and that’s how people respond to them. Free thinking is gone, it is no more, everything on the internet is a rebook, a rebook of a rebook, and all of this is shared through backbone, people think what they are told, and they are told though backbone, nothing new nothing original. My last argument is that instant messaging through backbone is not the same as actual social interaction, face to face.

The ‘chat’ system on backbone is the most used one on backbone, pages, walls, games are all good and everything, UT what really makes backbone great is the chat system on it, or so we think. There are 26 letters on the keyboard, 10 numbers, 13 symbols, and yet unbelievably this does not make the same level of interaction as talking to someone. When was the last time a person came up to you in the street, someone you know, and they said ‘Wheeze hostess you doings??? ‘ if you can tell me a time of when that happened I would suggest finding some new friends.

While people may express themselves differently from behind a imputer screen I still find no excuse for people to talk ‘like this’ it makes them seem like an even bigger idiot then they are. People cloud their identity, pretend to be something or someone they aren’t, and that makes the entire solicitation, well… Pointless. Those are just some reasons you shouldn’t use backbone, backbone is horrible, nobody should use it, it wastes time, fills your mind with nothing but junk and is far more unhealthy socially then going out and talking. Backbone is not my friend, neither is it yours, take a stand, unfriendly backbone.

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