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I have never understood this phenomenon, maybe someone can explain it to me.
I am totally addicted to Facebook. It is so helpful for keeping up with people, and when you are not in the mood to deal with people, you just shut it off. It keeps me from getting bored when I have down time, and generally amuses me. Of course, you have to use some sense, and not post things that are too personal or that could cause security issues, but really--it is just not that serious of a venue.
Now tell me why someone you do not even know would see reason to block you? OK, I get why you might block the spouse of someone you are sleeping with (yeah, you heard me)---easier to keep secrets that way---but why would anyone else bother? What amount of ego does a person have to have to think there are people out there that are so interested in their activities and carryings-on that they would even bother to block someone? Maybe if you have some sort of bad history or something, I can see it--but a stranger?
This just happened to me. Someone I do not know, have never met, but know who she is, up and blocked me. I only noticed (cuz it is not like she is an important figure in my life for Pete's sake) because I was trying to confirm she was who I thought she was--it drives me nuts when I recognize someone but cannot actually put a name to them--and found that I could not see her profile. How odd that was. But of course, I have access to other FB accounts so checked through there--that let me confirm she was who I thought she was, and that she had in fact blocked me. Now of course, I have my curiousity up, and want to know what the hell. So in effect, this little stunt backfired--and since I am a pretty dang good detective, I am sure I will find out what I want to know as soon as I decide to put some effort into it
I for sure do not give shit one who reads my status updates or sees my pictures--I just don't. I have nothing to hide from anyone--and couldnt even if I wanted to, probably. I am just too well known, and as Heath says, I don't "blend" well. If I had privacy issues, I would not blog, I would not be so well known and I would make efforts to fly more under the radar. Even with all of that, I have never thought that what I had to say was so imperative that I need to block people from seeing it. If you are not my friend on there, you cannot see it anyway, so why go to the extra trouble of blocking someone?
Will someone tell me what the rationale behind this behavior is? Maybe I should be blocking random folk left and right and don't even know it!