I'm an admitted and addicted fb poster. I go there everyday, multiple times a day, and probably post or share a minimum of 2 to 6 times daily. It's consuming.
I am working on cutting down my fb time. I only have so many hours in a day and I really need to get the laundry done, or at least take out the recycling. I would love to quit fb, but now it's part of my social calendar, too. Can't have a meeting without an "events page," ya know.
I do see the lunacy in it. Just because I'm in daily contact with a friend I haven't seen in 25 years doesn't mean we're close. I know what she ate for breakfast and who she voted for in the election, but could we even survive a lunch together? I don't know.
The election did me in, as far as posting my political views on fb. It was a nightmare and I even ended up "unfriending" a recent addition to my friends roster. She felt my timeline was her posting venue for all things far left, including wacky conspiracy theories. She left link after link, but no real substantive debate.
Even my waaaay liberal friends know that you comment, have a little discourse, and then you move on. She never moved on, she moved in. I tried the nice approach, explaining to her both publicly and privately the rules I have for my timeline, but she just didn't understand. Or, maybe she didn't want to. I'm not sure, but I am sure that I don't need more of that.
There's only room for one conspiracy theory nut on MY timeline, and it's me!
I have a love/hate relationship with fb. I couldn't live without it, I'm sure. How would I know what events to attend without the event calendar? How would I know what Mahayla fixed for dinner? Or what trending cartoon Bob just posted? And, let's face it, we all love the kittens. Bring on the kittens.