Facebook is not only one of the best spots on social media to get in touch with friends an family, share your experiences, and even reconnect with old acquaintances. Just like Twitter, it’s also a source of great entertainment — even when the status posts and comments don’t mean to. (Thank goodness for witty FB peeps.)
Facebook comments are a fantastic resource on the emotional benefits of sports.
As well as excellent spelling skills.
And lexicon. (aw, c’mon guys, you should know these things to use the Internet.)
Er… we’re not entirely sure that’s legal, though.
It’s a bitter superpower to have in the end, but okay.
This gem of the Internet is a fantastic place to learn important lessons, such as trajectory, …
Relation to your present space, …
And even comparative literature analysis.
Marvel at the wonders of hyper-futuristic organic farming.
Chuckle at cheeky references to post-modern rock in the 90’s.
And be inspired by the delicate and innovative three-way cross-sectionality of the American banking dynamic, stress psychology and mind-body nutrition.
Return to the true building blocks of what makes this nation truly great, such as excellence in spelling, …
The keen relevance of the history of technology, …
and understanding the intrinsic difference of Dexter and Sinister. (That’s the Right and Left Hands for some of you folks out there.)
No matter which direction, which dimension, and which parallel universe you choose to look at it, Facebook was, is, and will remain one of the most important relics of the human species. Aeons and aeons well into the future, future races and otherworldly species will nod in profound understanding at the remains we have left behind of our intelligence.
Such as parallelisms to economics and communication, …
Scathing sarcasm as a statement on the human condition, …
and last but certainly not the least, trans-chronological reminiscence on the inherent value of avant-garde expression.