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Jul 3, 2014

I know one of the reasons.

There is a book that tells people to do this as a means of accountability of what they ate during the day.
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Jul 3, 2014
When I first started using FB the food pictures were really strange to me, but that seems to be part and parcel of the weirdness in this present world - I mean, half the world is starving to death and here we are showing each other pictures of our food while we're in the other half. A couple thoughts on the privacy thing. 1) virtually anything that goes out on the Internet is being surveilled by the NSA or someone else, so, in a certain sense, the more disengenuous the blog, the safer you are, ostensibly. 2) Permanent marking for ID purposes is something that is Biblically correct and seems to be on schedule for use in the relatively near future on a universal basis. As for me, Maranatha, Y'shua, I'm fork tender, I'm done, beam me up...khp<><
Jul 3, 2014
Oh, I meant to ask: Why DO people post pictures of their food?
Jul 3, 2014
I still have my Facebook account to keep track of my nieces, otherwise I'd never hear from them at all. That makes it worth it to me, but R3sistance is absolutely right about the privacy problem. I don't complain about it because I've chosen to stay active, but they do compile every statistic imaginable. It's hard to maintain much of any privacy in the world as it is. I think that chip implants are not far away, and will most probably be welcomed when they come along. Just think - free WiFi at birth.
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Jul 3, 2014
Depending where she comes from in the world, she could show you a picture of her food (and her cat) at the same time.
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