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A Mark Zuckerberg Post

(Dude, this is Blogspot. What are you doing writing LiveJournal titles?)

As many already know, Mark Zuckerberg is Facebook’s creator, owner, and whatever-it-is-as-long-as-the-word-facebook-is-in-it-thats-him.

I recently learned, though, that he recently made himself un-blockable on his site.

What a douche.

So, I Facebook-searched him with the hopes of adding him or just find out for myself that he can’t be blocked. Turns out, he can’t be added either.

Seriously, Zuck? Seriously?
Since I can’t do much about it, I just examined his profile. So, like everyone else, I go to his photos first.
What a self-centered b-tch. Random Press photos? Who manages his Facebook account, his mother? Believe me, only mothers, and to a small extent, fathers, takes clippings of his son’s press photos. I know this cause it kinda happened to me. Back when I was hosting a children’s show, my parents, when they’d introduce me to somebody, would tell these folks that I’m hosting X show and doing Y thing. It was crazy.
***Funny how the way they express that they’re proud of you, is also the most embarrassing thing they do. Don’t worry, they don’t read this. Lol.
Next: About Me
Dear Zuck, your bio sounds like a mission/vision statement. Also, if the word bio means life, does this mean you’re trying to make every thing public? Are you trying to uncover the secrets of the White House?
***President Clinton: Just had amazing head from Nicky. Lol.
And now that you’ve launched Facebook places, the world seems to be getting smaller and smaller, Zuck.
You know what my theory is? My theory is that Zuck is trying to get revenge from the people who’ve rejected him during his formative years. You know, jocks, cheerleaders, every cute girl ever, and he just wants them to know how successful he is right now. So he’s using whatever information former-highschool-crush-who-didn’t-want-to-go-out-with-him-cause-he’s-a-geek puts in her Facebook to his advantage. Like if she has kids, he kidnaps them. Or if captain-of-the-football-team-who-humiliated-him-in-front-of-everybody ever goes to work (at the gasoline station), he sends in his Facebook goons to beat the guy up to a lump.
I bet that’s what’s happening here. Cause, hey, if I manage to turn a college thesis into a global success, I’d do it. I’d rub it on everybody-from-my-highschool’s face. It’s revenge of the nerds, billions of dollars edition.
P.S. Mark Zuckerberg, if you’ve accidentally stumbled upon this site after your mother sends you the link after googling your name, please know that this is just fun. Nothing serious. I love Facebook (cause I’m totally doing every thing in that paragraph). Please don’t kick me out of the internet.

Filed under: facebook, highschool, internet, mark zuckerberg, zuck

Charles, the Happy Fan

On my way home from Tapsi ni Vivian last night, I kept thinking about how I was going to write about the events of the epic epic night. The night has been marked in my calendar since I first saw this poster and have been looking forward to it like a spoiled brat waiting for Christmas.

Anyway, the bottom line is, I can’t put anything to words. Amazing would be an understatement so I’ll just post some pictures.

If there is one thing I really love about Ciudad, it’s that they never changed since day 1. Their first single gets on top of the charts, they’re still the same. 10 years later, they still set up their own gear, add you on Facebook instead of sending you a message to like their fan page instead, and since that album is no longer available, they burn copies and give them out for free. I think I just described what an Indie band is.

Filed under: ang bandang shirley, band, ciudad, facebook, friends, gig, music, photos, twisted halo

Shocking

I happened upon a former classmate’s Facebook page and saw that there was an actual Facebook (um, person? what do you call a non-page/non-group?) contact for our high school’s alumni association. I added it (natch). Hilarity ensues…





I didn’t send that message of course. But it was at the back of my head. I have never been ashamed of coming from that high school. Let alone, coming from that town. Ok, I may need to scratch that last sentence off because I still love my friends and family there.




Anyway, the fact still remains: whoever’s running that page is probably logged in from Mandaluyong. The person is sick, I tell you. Sick.
However, I do want to meet this dude in person. I want to see how he holds up in confrontation. Kaso baka mabugbog ako sa sarili kong bayan. Pero, bahala na.

Filed under: facebook, school, stupid