Myspace

Okay, am I the only person in the world who thinks that myspace is the lamest thing in the world? It’s like the lamest of lame things that anyone could ever invent. (Clay said he only finds it useful for the music because he can discover new music that he likes, which I guess makes sense, but what about all these people with their own personal pages?) I guess the thing that annoys me the most is the comment section at the bottom of the page. It’s like listening to someone talk on the phone: you’re only listening to one side of the conversation, because you have no idea what the person said to the person who’s leaving the comment. Perhaps we’re not supposed to care about reading other peoples’ comments, but then why are the public?? And it’s like this big contest for some people to see how many “famous” people they can have in their “friends” section. Why? And the blog? Most people post on it once/year, if that. So how does a myspace page actually help you stay in touch with people? Wait, maybe that’s not the point. So what is the point? Like I said, it’s very very lame to me.

2 Responses to “Myspace”

  1. Clay Says:

    Myspace is the new black…er…the new blog?
    Everybody’s wearing it…well, anybody who’s anybody. I mean, the Chodes has one, so it’s got to be legit. Doesn’t it? How else would one communicate with someone they know, or slightly know, or don’t know at all? On myspace I can leave a comment like “Ur t0talY h0T!” and then people will “LOL” in reply. You would have just made two new friends that way. Not real friends, but myspace friends, which are obviously much much better. A myspace friend is there for you in the hard times, the not so hard times, and the other times. And by there for you, I mean in the internet sense, where you can go to their myspace page and send them a comment saying “thanks for the add!”. According to the evolutionists, the day of people actually talking to each other has gone the way of the monkey. We’ve evolved into a higher society, where we talk, not by voice or even typed coherent sentences, but by easy to read short hand. And by easy to read, I mean hard to decipher. In conclusion, everyone should use myspace because it’s really cool to be like everyone else.

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  2. Janelle Says:

    haha – i have to admit. i am a MYSPACE addict. but i laughed through this whole post because every single thing you said was right on the money. why do i use Myspace? not a clue. maybe something to entertain me through the boring days at work! :)

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