absent amigo become really absent

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« : QUESTION: How does a person tell when an amigo changes from absent on social media to really absent on social media? Dear kind readers: To understand what I experienced this morning you would need to scan your list of facebook friends and be aware of how many friends are absent from facebook. Sincerely, Tom Doody A family member’s status changed, and I was given casual notice on Easter Sunday of this year. ANSWER: A person notices when an amigo changes from absent to really absent on social media when there is notice of an event to bring a person’s attention to just how absent that amigo is. That’s what happened to me on Easter Sunday, and this family member changed from absent to really absent. My fff this AM tells me a common friend wrote on this absent family member’s wall, and I commented, “sweet”. This common friend wrote on my family member’s wall, which by my estimate would be missed by most people, but not by me. My facebook settings and my use of lists puts my ear to the ground it a way that makes me feel accomplished that I did not miss this note from a common friend to a family member. Given the notice I was given on Easter Sunday this note from a common friend could be especially sentimental for my family member, or it could be just a bunch of ridiculous meaningless nonsense that happens on social media millions of times per second – por supuesto at this moment I subscribe to the former. »» about me 201-490-9659 Erika mortified nearlincoln@hotmail.com contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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