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ban social net works

why ban them ?


The truth is their very scary places

when I was younger my
social net work was made up with people I had grown up with over the years some
drifted and others stayed the test of time.

when I left school I
made friends via the things I did with friends work colleagues became friends
and their friends became my own trust bonds and loyalty.

Pathways became my
social net work.

every one was a
interaction and every one came in to my network for reasons i.e..

same interests same
look on life and music the list goes on.

social networks where
ways to get get jobs or have access to other things.



my problem is that we
are told who to be friends with on social networks now by interest your so
called friends on these networks
labeled and

hidden behind a

one .

what ever happened to
people making friends has the world we knew as kids really got so bad as we cant
go out and make them ?

do we have to be told
who to be friends with ?

The human race as a
whole has got as far because of
because we talk and interact.

it seams we are
loosing this very fast with young people thinking it social to site on face book
and talk to thier friends and make friends via it

no longer do they go
out and play no longer do they go out and do things

I love the net
its a very useful tool to learn and interact with people globally

but i have to ask you
the reader this

is the net worth it ?

Are you scared that
societies as a whole is loosing a
generation and skills we
need as a race because of it ?


ONE of the funniest articles I have read on social networking.

Guide to

MySpace / Face book
/ Friendster Photos


Many people actually
believe that the photos of people on these site are real  in fact they can
be any one






“Seven Blunders of the World”

1. Wealth without work

2. Pleasure without conscience

3. Knowledge without character

4. Commerce without morality

5. Science without humanity

6. Worship without sacrifice

7. Politics without principle

—Mahatma Gandhi

Government, today, is growing too strong to be safe. There are no longer any
citizens in the world; there are only subjects. They work day in and day out
for their masters; they are bound to die for their masters at call. Out of this
working and dying they tend to get less and less.
      -- H.L. Mencken