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If you're not my close friend, I am still interested in your camping trip because it might give me the idea that I want to go camping, or I might find out about a camping place I didn't know about. Your post might even give me some juicy gossip or a hilarious picture I can show all my close friends so we can make fun of you. ;) If you are of a different culture than I am, I learn more about your traditions. IMHO Facebook can enrich people's lives, and the people who condemn it are close minded, have the wrong attitude about it, and are missing out. Or are scared of change and resisting it out of stubbornness. They are probably just jealous of the people who have so many interesting friends and who are witty enough to say things that get more likes than their posts. ;)
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