The conversation about the nature of journalism and facebook (social media) and how everything is ever-changing. I think it's perfectly fine to get information from Facebook because they put it out there. Mr. Williams is on the fence about it. Al doesn't like it, but understands it. I don't see any of this intelligent conversation as a way of bashing the OP.
Conversation lends itself to spawn other conversations. It's the very nature of conversation. I don't know why people fight it here so much. I'd hate to sit and talk to you people if all you can do is talk about one subject straight through without any tangent. Boring as hell I'd assume.
Although, maybe a lot of you don't have "real life" conversations and this is all you have. If so, my bad.
I don't sit here and read every post, if I see something I don't agree with or want to say something I post it. Reading back through the whole convo I see what you talking about now. I totally agree with you that it is a personal choice if they agree with it or not. The point I was making is calling someone a "stalker" when they simply saw this on their news feed, he didn't go digging for info. This isn't the first time I've spoke up about this and probably won't be the last. It is just the way it is now. If Chris Young added clones21 or anyone else then they have to know that their image and everything that goes with it is now public info.
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