Tag Archives: Friends

Just Pondering Part 779

Fountain PenI have a friend who is into the habit of selling his belongings for next to nothing whenever he is faced with a financial crisis (And, he is always in a financial crisis).

If he were to purchase a television this month, there is a high chance of him selling it two months after its purchase date or less.

I never asked him what triggers his financial crisis; I can only speculate that he doesn’t know how to budget his money, or that he is trying to live a lifestyle that he is barely able to afford.

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Building Relationships Through Blogging

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This Is Getting A Bit Ridiculous Now

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I Have A Jealous Computer

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Thank God For Having Good Friends

 

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Just Pondering Part 722

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Facebook logo Español: Logotipo de Facebook Français : Logo de Facebook Tiếng Việt: Logo Facebook (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Every so often, I would hear about the death of someone who made friends with a person via social media and the person whom they befriended via social media, ended up killing them.

Can you tell a person’s true motive through Facebook? In some cases, you might be able to know who you are dealing with; but unfortunately, there are those who can slip their way beneath your proverbial radar.

One of the major issues is: most people go beyond adding their real life friends on Facebook; they add total strangers and a small percentage of those strangers, could be potential maniacs.

In the virtual world, things are not always what they seem.

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Are People From Great Britain Usually That Smart?

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I have noticed that whenever I am experiencing technical issues and I ask my WordPress friends for assistance, the first two people that help me out by providing solutions are my friends from Great Britain; they are: Al and Alex (I thank God/Goddess for having such brilliant-minded friends).

Are the people over in Great Britain constantly consuming information and technology on a regular basis? I really had to ask that question, because they really know their stuff inside and out!

I will theorize that Great Britain is a place where people can broaden their intellect if they want too (That is provided that the GCHQ doesn’t choose to withhold certain types of information — the type of information that is supposed to be readily available on the internet).

From a logical perspective, there are very smart people in every country on the planet.

However, whenever I request help pertaining to browsers, computers and routers, Great Britain seems to be the first country to help out.

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