A short list of words safe to use on Facebook
In case you haven’t heard, Facebook is going bat-crazy with the ban hammer these days, punishing people for saying (hold on to your hat) “thank you,” and posting that someone is seeking attention.
We know that liberals these days are quite thin-skinned, and get offended very easily. So, in order to help conservatives who spend time on Facebook, we have come up with a short list of words that can safely be used on the social media site. I guarantee these words will not get people banned.
Here goes — words between the lines are safe:
If this list looks familiar, that’s because it happens to be the same list presented here.
Any words other than those listed above can get you banned.
That’s why you should seriously consider joining the Facebook Blackout protest set for Aug. 25.
That is all.
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