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Conservatives should get off of facebook and avoid it completely…

1 full day staying off of facebook yesterday. It’s gonna stay that way today and for the rest of my life probably. Why did I get off of facebook? I think you would probably figure out right away that it was probably the big gay marriage celebration and I’m sure it’s still going by libtards in facebook now. Ever since the ruling announcement by the corrupt, Supreme Court, the rainbow has taken over the internet. The rainbow is everywhere you look now.

The rainbow was all over my newsfeed all over facebook yesterday. It did drove me crazy so right away, I deactivated my account without telling anyone I was leaving. That’s okay, though. I’m sure people won’t miss me and won’t care ’cause I’m not that important. At first, I thought about deleting and blocking everybody that put the rainbow as their profile pic but then I thought to myself, “Why don’t I just leave facebook completely”? That’s what I just did. Just my way of telling gay marriage supporters, “Fuck you, I’m outta here”.

The rainbow is even all over celebrity pages, musicians & bands pages and all that stuff. A lot of people in the entertainment industry kept politics out of their careers but when the “gay marriage” ruling came, it turns out that liberalism is everywhere. Even from your favorite bands & movie stars are liberals as well. When celebrities & bands would change their profile pic to a rainbow, it would anger their conservative fans. Many conservatives have threatened to “unlike” their page. I know it sucks but just get off of facebook completely like I just did. It’ll save you a headache.

Liberals and “gay marriage” supporters think they are winning but they aren’t really. So liberals wanna start a fucking war with “conservatives”? Well, they’re gonna fucking get one and us on the “right” are gonna fight back real hard now. Liberals think that “gay marriage” being the law the of the land now is gonna end well for them but it’s not gonna end well for them. It’s gonna get back to them somehow. Well, they’re so obsessed with wanting “gay marriage”… well how are gay couples gonna divorce when they find that they don’t really love each other after all? A gay divorce is gonna be kind of tricky. So if “same sex” marriage is what they want, they better make sure that they love each other for life ’cause “divorce” is never gonna happen. Someday, liberals are gonna realize that “gay marriage” is impossible after all this time ’cause of the “divorce” part. Think about it, right?

Back to facebook, I deleted it ’cause it was also too liberal for me for the most part. Most everyone in my friendslist were all liberal people. I did have some conservatives in my friendslist but not too many. I feel proud what I did, seriously. After several years being on facebook, I decided it was best for me to get the hell out of there. There are other reasons why I left… too much drama & negativity. I also felt I had better things to do in my life and wanted to spend more time away from social networking like work on my guitar playing and music. Leaving facebook was probably the best thing I’ve done and I really mean it that I’ll probably stay away from there, permanently.

In facebook, I tried my best to tell everybody about Barack Obama and the US government but nobody wants to listen to me. The left is pretty one-sided, it’s crazy. As usual, all the left wants to do is defend Barack Obama and dispute everything I say of what’s going on in the country.

I have noticed that more and more people decided to leave facebook and I can see why. It’s crazy as hell in there. Twitter is better so I’ll stay there. I’ve always liked twitter more than facebook, anyways.

Kev

Youtube maybe 10 years old today but soon Facebook video will take it’s spotlight…

You know how that myspace is a thing of the past and is now dead and gone? Well the same thing is gonna happen to youtube. I’m noticing that youtube is getting less and less popular. More people are losing hope for youtube and I am too. It used to be a cool site to upload your homemade videos but I’m starting to lose interest which is pretty much the reason I slowed down on making youtube videos. Why? Too many ads and third party copyrights are bullshit. That’s pretty much the reasons people are turning away from youtube.

Each time I upload a video in facebook instead of youtube, I’m noticing that the video views are better there than youtube. Things go viral quickly in facebook than youtube these days. I am noticing that people don’t post videos from youtube in facebook anymore. Instead they upload videos to facebook itself.

I really am thinking about ditching youtube and just upload my videos to facebook from now on. Facebook video may only have a few features but give it time, though, folks. Mark Zuckerberg will make facebook video more like youtube but he will try to make it even better.

I used to love youtube in the old days but it sucks now. Thanks to google who bought youtube. I blame google for ruining youtube. Facebook video seems to be the way to go.

http://thenextweb.com/opinion/2015/04/23/facebook-video-is-on-course-to-steal-youtubes-video-sharing-crown/

Kev

Does facebook/twitter destroy relationships???

Another interesting “study says” that is worth posting here. A doctoral student named, Russell Clayton, made a discovery that the use of facebook/twitter can lead to cheating, breakups or divorce.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/tech/social/Twitter-Facebook-use-can-lead-to-infidelity-divorce-Study/articleshow/33455211.cms

Over the years of social networking, I have noticed this actually. I have seen couples in facebook break-up/divorce through heated conflicts online. It happens all the time. That’s the way it goes in this day and age of technology, ya know?

There is so much gossip and soap opera stuff in facebook with couples all the time. I get forced to read this stuff every day by people in facebook with their problems in relationships. You pretty much know everything going on in couples lives ’cause they’re posting it all on facebook/twitter. Sad but it is what it is.

I don’t get into stuff like that. All that stuff was meant to be for their personal business but they’re making it public by posting it all publicly in facebook.

Which is pretty scary, ya know? If I start getting into relationships with women myself, I have a feeling a lot of them aren’t gonna last long ’cause of my popularity as a blogger and internet person. If I ever start getting into relationships with women, that’s why I gotta try to keep ’em private as I possibly can but it’s gonna be hard to do ’cause people are gonna know everything. They figure things out quickly anyway.

I’m not gonna lie that women can be pretty egotistical and dramatic a lot. A lot of men have been destroyed online because of them. That is a small part of why me hoping to get into a relationship with a woman is pretty scary. That’s why I gotta be careful and be VERY picky with women. Just because women are pretty and gorgeous looking doesn’t necessarily mean they’ll be a good person. That’s why I gotta take her personality very seriously. I would want a good looking woman, don’t get me wrong but I’m not gonna date her if she’s gonna be all difficult and tough. Looks doesn’t really matter to me. I just want a good woman who’ll accept me for me and like me for me. A woman like that could be hard to find in this day and age of technology.

Kev

The last person you want to trust is Mark Zuckerberg…

Some of you would like to know my thoughts on Mark Zuckerberg publicly calling out President Obama about the NSA spying on facebook. While it may seem exciting that Mark Zuckerberg might be taking a stand on this, the last thing you wanna do is trust this man. I think Zuckerberg and Obama have been working closely behind the scenes of spying on facebook. They’ve been working together on it. Mark is pretending to be against government spying ’cause he’s just helping to protect Obama and trying to help cover him up too. The Facebook company is just as broken and corrupt. Mr. Zuckerberg is a lying hypocrite.

Mark is a liberal piece of garbage who totally ruined facebook anyways.

Kev

The Problem With Facebook…

I’ve stumbled upon this interesting video in facebook where a guy talks about “The Problem With Facebook”. He talks about how facebook/youtube and social media makes their money and how we’re the facebook advertisers and shit like that. He also goes into a little discussion where he explains it’s very hard to get people to like your posts like your status, photos, etc.

He is so right though that all people care to see in facebook are wedding photos and baby photos. Plus, people get obsessed with photos of their pets and selfies.

It is hard to get people to like your stuff.

When I post on my personal facebook page… a lot of people don’t hit the like button on my posts too much even though I try to make them positive and fun as possible. Sure, like one or two people will hit the thumbs up button on my posts but not a lot of them. It seems that the only time I get people going on my facebook page is when I post a controversial political topic or if I post something everyone disagrees with… those are the only times I get a big discussion going but other than that… people ignore everything I post like the movies, music, etc. I don’t know why that is but facebook proves that people can be really weird and they can be honest in a way too. Sad but it is what it is.

I also try my best to promote my facebook music fanpage and while I try to get a lot of people to join my page only very few are kind enough to support it. My facebook fanpage has only about 47 fans. That page is just for my musician stuff related only. It’s really hard to get people to support and like you in facebook.

This is part of why Facebook is not a good social media tool for promoting music. To all those bands/artists that do have a lot of fans chances are they paid for those, “likes”. So just because a band has a lot of fans on their page doesn’t necessarily mean they are something special. There are all kinds of bands/artists in facebook who try to make themselves look big and popular when technically they are nothing.

This is why bands/artists shouldn’t rely on facebook to promote themselves. If you want your music to become a little more well-known then your must promote yourself the best you can and market yourself everywhere as much as possible besides the computer. Bands/artists rely on the internet only with their music these days. A lot of them can be lazy at promoting themselves.

If I only have very little support in my social media world on the internet, I’m okay with that. I’m not desperate for popularity. A lot of people are these days. I would like to get more support, of course, but I’m not too worried about it. I’m happy with the small support I have now.

Check out this interesting video, this video has nothing to do with bands/artists but the same advice applies to them too when it comes to facebook.

Kev

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9ZqXlHl65g#t=379

#HashtagsinFacebook… who cares??? It’s technology people… get over yourselves…

Facebook officially launched hashtags today. For some reason I can’t see hashtags on the PC internet and the Ipad yet but I’m sure it’s available only for people with Iphones and other devices. Sure enough, there’s always going to be people complaining, whining, and bitching about it. Whenever facebook makes new changes, people always complain. Then people will start threatening to deactivate their accounts and they leave facebook. Kind of like a protest thing.

I know how changes in websites frustrates people but keep in mind that the world doesn’t revolve around you. So get over it. That’s the way technology works. Technology changes and evolves. There’s nothing you can do about it. I don’t understand why people get their panties in a bunch about this stuff.

To me, #hashtags are not that big of a deal. It’s just peoples way of speaking their mind in just a few words and you can get straight to the point. It saves you from a headache instead of writing long paragraphs. Of course, hashtags was inspired from twitter. Twitter users started using hashtags in facebook even though they don’t work, and that’s what inspired facebook to make it happen.

It’s hilarious how people get pissed off over #hashtags. They’re all hypocrites when they complain and bitch about it ’cause #hashtags are no different than “tagging” photos and people have no problem with that, right? When people get angry about this stuff… things that are not so important, it shows how selfish they can really be. It proves my point that people can be nothing but opinionated assholes.

I find hash tags fun. As you can see, I’m all over on it twitter. I have no problem with hashtags. It’s just a unique and different way of being honest and publicly speaking your mind about things.

Sure, I may not agree with some of the changes Facebook make over the years but I stand behind them ’cause I don’t take it seriously. It’s just the internet, ya know? People have also threatened to leave facebook ’cause of all the government spying going on. That’s the way this pathetic world works. People are crazy, that’s all there is to it.

Kev

Is facebook pretty much worthless now? I would say definitely, yes…

A few years back, I signed on to facebook, so I can personally interact with friends, people I went to school with, family members, local musicians around the scene, etc. Just to keep in touch with people I know and see what they’re up to and all that stuff. That is what facebook was originally used for. I hate the way facebook is now. Facebook was originally supposed to be an online community where people can get together, but it’s not like that anymore. Today all we get is nothing but baby photos, pics of people’s pets, facebook is loaded with stupid memes and inspirational quotes, that’s it’s almost pointless to use facebook now.

Don’t get the wrong idea, that I like to add random people and try to get as many friends as possible in facebook. I’m not that desperate for popularity as that is not what I use facebook for. I try not to add random people, but sometimes it can’t be helped, since my web presence is slightly popular still.

In my facebook personal page, I try not to post too much memes and inspirational quotes. I only post something that I like once in a blue moon if it catches my attention and if I agree with. I don’t obsess with the memes too much. My goal on my facebook page is to entertain people the best I can just like I do on here for this site. On my facebook, I like to talk about a variety of topics. I do my best to keep my personal life out of things, although, once in a while, I’ll write in to tell everyone what I’m up to, where I’m going, and once in a while I’ll post a rant about my life off the computer, sure.

I know how to use facebook pretty carefully. I’m starting to dislike facebook now. It is also not the best marketing tool for bands & musicians either, and I’ll have another post about that soon.

This is why I like twitter way better. A lot of people like to shit talk twitter, on how it’s boring and they don’t understand it, but they think like that about twitter ’cause they don’t get much followers and not many people are paying attention to them, even though they have a lot of followers on facebook. Twitter is better for a lot of reasons. I’ll have another post to explain why too. It’s facebook that is bad, that is just my opinion.

People are horrible at using facebook. There are way too many illiterate people around and they’re just irresponsible using social networking sites. Falling for fake “re-share” this giveaway contests, too many accounts has been fished or hacked, people posting way too much drama stuff, etc.

Is it always a good idea to rant about how much life sucks or how much you’re having a bad day? There maybe freedom of speech and you can speak how you please, but in reality, ranting about your personal life which I see people do everyday, is NOT a good idea at all. You can ruin friendships and your family life, get fired from your jobs, all kinds of bad karma will come out of it. I try to stay out of people’s personal business and soap opera stuff when they put that stuff up publicly.

I just want my facebook page positive and entertaining.

Kev

Look like Morgan Freeman has another hoax in facebook…

First, Morgan Freeman had a death hoax in facebook, and next, he has a hoax about the Newton, Conn. shootings. In facebook today, there’s an image of Morgan Freeman with him quoting where he explains that he blames the media for the shootings that goes on, and he tells people to turn off the news. You gotta love how people quickly fall for things in Facebook. Even though I don’t believe that Morgan Freeman has said those things, I still agree with it that the news media is partly responsible for gun shootings in America.

Why is Morgan Freeman such a target for hoax’s in facebook lately?

Yes, he’s a great actor and he seems like a good dude. That’s why they start hoax’s on him. He’s a likeable and lovable guy, and people will do anything to get attention off of him. He’s an icon in Hollywood, so people will start stuff on him, so they can get a lot of shares and likes.

This thing has been going around facebook, so I had to respond my thoughts.

As soon as Morgan denies that he said that stuff about the Conn. shooting, somebody in facebook will try to come up with a different hoax on him. People in facebook are crazy and messed up. No wonder some leave the site and no wonder some try to avoid the social network site like the plague.

I know how to use facebook carefully and responsibly. I don’t re-share things too much from other people. I will sometimes though, only if it’s worth it. It’s never cool to make stuff up about someone. They just do it hoping to get their 15 minutes of fame.

Kev

The new myspace redesign is only trying to destroy Facebook…

Mark Zuckerberg, must be a little pissed off now. He should be scared, ’cause Myspace just announced they’re making a huge comeback. Rebuilding myspace with a new site, starting from scratch. Ever since Tom Anderson left Myspace, the social networking site that was once a hot site, went down the shitter. Myspace has been shit for the last several years now. Not only that, it’s just that the previous myspace look, had way too many virus attacks, and the site was full of spam. Adding friends at random was never cool either. I haven’t used myspace in years for that reason. Obviously, most everyone wasn’t happy with myspace, so they all left and now Facebook is a hot social networking site. The new myspace design which should be launched this Fall, is obviously competing with facebook, hoping to get all their old users back.

I saw the new design of myspace and still not crazy about it. I’m sure they’ll clean the site with no virus attacks and spam, sure, but I don’t think I’ll go back to myspace, not sure. I think I’ll stick with facebook. Who knows, when the new myspace design is launched, and if I like it enough, maybe I will get back to using it, but if everyone decides to leave facebook for the new myspace, I guess there’s no choice but to move back there myself.

See the new myspace site, here.

Kev

Edit to add: The reason for new re-design is ’cause the site is no longer owned by News Corp. It was News Corp that made the site shit, myspace has new owners now.

Thought: Why Facebook is the place for famous bands to announce big news…

A certain reader on this site was making claims, famous bands don’t use facebook to announce big news. This reader also claims that if a famous band were to announce breaking news, they would do more. Not true. You see, bands use facebook to announce huge breaking news is not only most national bands have around 6 million to 10 million fans or way more following their page, another reason bands use facebook for exclusive news is ’cause of the media. The Entertainment news media is always on facebook looking for exclusive things to report.

Before the Rolling Stones announced their greatest hits album, they were doing similar teasers in facebook, then Led Zeppelin did it. After both bands announced their big news, the media were all over it. The media loves to look for official news from bands. Famous bands don’t need to do more when announcing big official news, ’cause all they have to do is post it on facebook, and everyone will be all over it. Facebook seems to be a huge marketing tool for famous national bands in major labels. It’s where everyone looks at these days, and like I said before, no one looks at their official “(name band here).com” sites anymore. Fans do look at the bands official sites still yes, but it’s most likely their longtime die hard fans that mostly like to look at them. If a band wants to draw more people to their sites, they would post a link their facebook pages.

Just the other day, Neil Young just exclusively announced in facebook that he’s releasing a new album with Crazy Horse called, “Psychedellic Pill” (I didn’t see him post about it in his website yet), and next thing you know, I’ve seen the news media doing articles about it. Ac/Dc also announced today FACEBOOK exclusive that they are releasing their first live album in 20 years, “Live At River Plate”, sure enough, the media started publishing articles about it. I believe Bob Dylan announced his new album “Tempest” in facebook as well, before everything else got to it. Lady Gaga used facebook to announce her next album, “ArtPop”. If I remember correctly, Metallica used facebook to announce their own Orion festival.

The entertainment news and media are all about social media. Facebook is a huge part of this world now. It seems that’s where everyone lives on. The facebook band “like” pages has millions and millions of fans, that’s why the media concentrates on them. Facebook seems to be the only way for fans to see what their favorite bands are up to. Why do famous national bands use facebook for big news? Well, it’s a quicker way to get the news out. Instead of wasting time posting it on their official sites or doing marketing else where, all you need is a post in facebook, the world would be all over it in a second.

That’s the way social media works and that’s how facebook is changing the music industry. It’s called technology. Get with it.

Kev