I was having a Facebook addiction that I wanted to tame, then this current popular beloved-by-many war starts up. My friends turn into 24-hour compulsive clickmonkeys of propaganda, mostly NPR, CNN, and a few others. My timeline filled up with it.
It maxed me out mentally, plus I wanted to walk away from years of my embarrassing profile on Facebook, so I did the delete procedure. It takes Facebook 30 days to “start” (per them) the deletion process.
I wait five weeks and decide I would like to go back with a limited low-key snooper profile to keep an eye on a few things. It’s impossible. Trying to vary the registration information after the first two tries failed didn’t work. FB picks up on it and blocks me. My latest attempt worked for days before getting the block message.
Either it is prohibited to ever return with a new profile, or somebody is reporting me for something bogus. FB’s review team is so low quality that blocks rarely get overturned for any reason. I’ll see.
Anyway, I guess I can never go back. That’s OK. I can find other things to do. I’ll miss some of the locals.
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