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Tuesday, November 18, 2014

CNN: What is Facebook doing in the sub-Arctic?

That kind of resembles the question 'Why did the chicken cross the road'? There are several answers to that which could easily apply to the one in the headline as well; a. to get to the other side, or b. because it could. There is also the possibility that it wanted to expand its horizon.

Either way, I don't consider it to be a stupid question. There is only one stupid question and that is the one that is not being asked. So, what is Facebook doing in that location? I suppose because people are residing there with access to the Internet.

The only way to prevent questions is by answering them before they come up. That doesn't necessarily mean the given explanation is accurate. We may be fooled for a little while, but the truth always prevails and will become crystal clear overtime.

Some people may do wisely to heed that warning, especially those who referred to CBS: "The stupidity of the American voter". I would suggest rethinking this statement, because here is a news flash; you can try and go out of your way to keep us stupid, but that doesn't mean we are.

As it so turns out; the joke is on you!



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