The Truth About The Facebook Dislike Button

Stephanie Shoemaker-Ingram Jessica Swallow a girl named Lauren was walking in a forest and suddenly
disappeared; she hadn’t been discovered until 2000 when a young girl
named Mary found Lauren’s body which had chest markings that said, “I
wasn’t pretty enough.” Lauren’s ghost will appear in your mirror,… See More
telling you that you’re not pretty enough and…

As the wise ones say, be careful what you wish for, as you may very well recieve it, yet lucky for me, I was wise enough to be adequately prepared, as it is actually an answer or a few, that I requested, and this post in an apex to my very last entry.

When I logged back on, I noticed a fan page for what is known as the dislike button campaign on Facebook, and was somewhat surpried to find that it actually has 3,252,578 fans.

If you are wondering about the jibberish in the quoted section above, it is some of the comment fodder that appears to be some form of a spam chain letter enterd over and over again.

I can actually write an entire book on the subject of Internet quasi normal activity through my experiences as a dot com entrepreneur.

We used to host an actual message board here at up to about 2005, when the decision was made to cancel it based on what was showing up, yet it also caused us to have to sacrifice many of our followers.
As an insider tip,message boards are actually a precursor to Social Networking Sites in their present form and they tend to attract a certain type of individual.

Short and sweet, the Internet on many levels has become
a rest haven for haters, for lack of a more in acurate term, and my gut instincts prove to be correct once again, through the types of vibrations felt overall.

Just for the record, I will simply paste the definition of a psychological concept that we see being implemented in this scenario.

Psychological projection or projection bias (including Freudian Projection) is the unconscious act of denial of a person’s own attributes, thoughts, and emotions, which are then ascribed to the outside world, such as to the weather, the government, a tool, or to other people. Thus, it involves imagining or projecting that others have the same feelings or motives, rather than what they really think.

In more simplistic terms,

people who continuously focus on whats wrong with that which is exterior (dislike/hate) others, are simply seeking to take the focus off of their own self perceived flaws.

Kepping it 1000, I agree with Bob Marley when he states that
you cant run away from yourself, and the cause of all hate really is fear of the unknown, and usually a hateful person fears that what they believe about themselves deep inside is true, which is that they just
ARE NOT GOOD ENOUGH, and actually, the wise also state that
whatever you REALLY THINK…. IS TRUE.

Time to make some changes.

Rylan Branch Internet Magazine