posted on Feb, 18 2010 @ 09:19 AM
It seems to me that we (collective society) have a rather large view of what people want to know about us. With very few exceptions the social
networking craze has magnified that view.
People that announce their every move via Facebook or Twitter or My Space etc. ad infinitum, seem to either have way too much time on their hands, or
they are obsessed with themselves.
Self centered people are one of the root causes involved in the degredation of society in the world today. While I think it's ok to be inflective, I
am concerned with being that way with total exclusion of all other concerns.
Imagine walking into a large party or social gathering and announcing, "I'm here to use the bathroom!". And, then following that with, " I used 3
squares of toiletpaper.".
When people twitter that info, they are essentially walking into the biggest party they have ever been to, and making such an annoucement. Ok, a
little humor there to illustrate my point, but it makes me wonder...who cares?
Now, walk into that same party and announce that you are here to party hard, get drunk and pass out. Is your abode vulnerable in an hour or two? Are
you vulnerable in the same amount of time? The bad guy doesn't care how much toilet paper you used, but he might care that your intentions are to be
[edit on 18-2-2010 by rotorwing]