The Facebook Fiasco

The Friday Facebook Fiasco proved one thing: it’s a mistake to betray one’s principles. I always knew that people who attribute their persistent personal problems to “objective historical factors,” “systemic injustices,”  and “societal causes” should be avoided. Maybe one day they will choose to let go of this infantile position. Before that happens, however, it’s best to keep them as far as possible from oneself.

I knew all this, yet I departed from my own golden rule. And it ended badly. Serves me right.

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