No Facebook account? Seek Help Before You Hurt Someone.

Apparently, an article published on points out that not having a Facebook profile could be problematic because, hey, neither that asshole in Colorado nor Anders Breivik had one, so you know….


Yes, those who have resisted the urge to use a clever profile pic of a fuzzy kitteh and share the inane details of their daily lives might as well buy a cabin and get cracking on that manifesto.

Could it be that maybe the non-facebook-profile-haver just isn’t a narcissistic douche nozzle who thinks the world gives a shit about his or her political idiocy, religious jackassery, stupid pictures of stupid kids, or what was had for lunch?

Nah. Couldn’t be. Those people are freaks and must be WATCHED.

10 Responses to No Facebook account? Seek Help Before You Hurt Someone.

  1. senpai71 says:

    Hmmm. Link appears to be broken :(

  2. Beth Hutchens says:

    Hmmm…working from my end.

    Try to splat this:

    Let me know if it doesn’t work.

  3. Ryan says:

    I like how there is a share on Facebook link at the bottom. I do not have a Facebook account, and probably won’t ever. That way lies madness.

  4. Ben Mullison says:

    ‘Course watching them would be a lot easier if they used facebook…

  5. Dwayne says:

    Those are some interesting insights you have there. But there really are those kinds of Facebook users who don’t really use the social networking site as an opportunity to socialize and meet new people. Others would use their Facebook accounts for other purposes like speaking negatively of certain things, or posting a certain comment that is insensitive. The main use of Facebook is to meet friends and keep contact with loved ones faraway. Some people just do not use the website for these purposes.

  6. writerdood says:

    Until the government requires me to have a FB account, I’m not in. Sorry FB, you can launch. Can you see a future where children are issued an FB account along with their SSN? I don’t want to live in that world. But that doesn’t mean I want to blow it up either, or go on an insane rampage.

  7. Ancel De Lambert says:

    It’s pathetic how people will pull at any straw to keep away from admitting that we need to be more accepting of psycho-therapy and should fund its individual application at a far greater level. Admit the mind breaks down like any physical organ and needs regular maintenance? Never!!

  8. CLH says:

    What is facebook? Is that like a photo album where you put pictures of people’s faces? That would be handy. My collage of possible targets-i-mean-people-i-find-interesting is cluttering up my basement wall, and my stacks of ammunition are blocking the view.

  9. Matt B. says:

    Do you know who else didn’t have a FB account? Hitler.

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