Are you employed? On facebook? fear (in Off-topic)

kevlar March 10 2009 3:22 AM EDT

Talk about hitting the fans when they are already down. How do Eagle fans put up with that organization?

kevlar March 10 2009 3:25 AM EDT

81% of sportsnation can't believe it

smallpau1 - Go Blues [Lower My Fees] March 10 2009 5:14 AM EDT

I honestly think anything businesses use from facebook/myspace should be illegal in the use of relieving people from their position...

QBJohnnywas March 10 2009 6:24 AM EDT

I think people need to realise that nothing online is truly private - let alone Facebook which is so not private it's scary. If you've things you wouldn't want your employer/partner/police force to know about you then don't post them online.

Also I think if you work for a company you shouldn't be attacking them in what is essentially a public place without expecting some comeback.

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] March 10 2009 11:20 AM EDT

But I is anonymous on the interwebs! It lets me insult people with no comeback!

Damn you Johnny! :P

TheCakeIsTheTruth March 10 2009 12:15 PM EDT

I deleted my Facebook page a few months back, all it did for me was made me talk to more people I dislike. Better without.

QBOddBird March 10 2009 1:40 PM EDT

I really like Facebook.

I really dislike a lot of the people on it.

And I agree with JW...if you put something out in public, you shouldn't be surprised when your employer finds out and takes action.
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