Monday, October 3, 2016

Banned By Facebook! UPDATE

UPDATE: The Bear is still on FB, just with the article on Francis and the perverts gone. The message they sent was cryptic. They used "page" in the same query if the Bear would mind taking it down, or did he want them to.

The Bear HATES it when he plays the victim card and doesn't really get victimized. Oh, wait. The Bear actually IS a victim here, so that's why it didn't work. Oh, by the time this little contratemps gets into his memoirs, it will indeed be glorious.

The article on Pope Francis allegedly violated some terms of service, so FB was kind enough to remove it from Facebook feed. They asked the Bear if he wanted to take his page down, or if he wanted them to. Silly humans.

They had better beef up their servers if Cozy Bear and Fancy Bear learn of this affront to Bears and truth-speakers everywhere.

13 comments:

  1. Banning opinions on the internet is widespread. It is not confined to FB. Most sites these days are full of comments from the likeminded. Contrary opinions are quickly silenced by other commenters or banned by the host. I was banned by one of my favorite's yesterday. Sad! The skins of people are getting quite thin these days. To me it is usually a sign of insecurity in one's position or beliefs when a person cannot calmly engage another's contrary view. I personally like contrary/controversial views. They make me think. We've had a few disagreements on your site. I've always appreciated your openness to that.

    There is a lot of anger out there these days. Like most Catholics, (I presume), I sense persecution is coming to faithful Catholics. Getting shut down by FB, a primary secular change agent, is not surprising if you are using it to present Catholic views. What surprises me is Catholic on Catholic anger; getting shut down by other Catholics.

    But if I were you I would wear that FB warning as a badge of honor. Congratulations!

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  2. I fail to understand why people (and Bears) keep insisting on using use media like Facebook and Twitter.

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    1. Because it is a good way to put eyeballs on screens. There are a lot of people who don't navigate the web for one reason or another. Twitter is bigger than you think. It all comes down to marketing.

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  3. Phooey. Of all the CRAP I see on FB and they ban the BEAR??????!!!!! (I don't do FB, but my daughter gave me her password so I can lurk on hers) I am sorry. The world is now a poorer place. Seriously.

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    1. I think it might be that I used the word "tranny." Seriously, it's just short for transgenered, tight? Like homo?

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  4. Is this a joke?....are you joking here?

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    1. No, but they just yanked a very popular post on the Pope some love to a pair of degenerates. And I assume I am on their watch list now. I am so proud.

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  5. You're being monitored. Accept it as a compliment.

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    1. Exactly, but I would prefer salmon.

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  6. Bear do you have a link to your Facebook page? Maybe I am still over-tired from staying up all night & morning to see the Julian Assange October Surprise that didn't happen, but I don't see a link on your blog to your Facebook page. Is it right there in front of my bloodshot exhausted eyes somewhere on your blog?

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  7. Your wish is my command. I mainly just post links to the current article, but there's some different commenters who don't overlap.

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  8. Speaking of "tranny", perhaps you should post an article about Chrysler's automatic transmissions, and Title it, "These trannies blow". Then see how quick the post is removed.

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