I saw the headline "Panthers' Newton practices 8 days after crash" and my first thought was it was about the Black Panthers and Huey Newton, not the Carolina Panthers and Cam Newton. I'm showing my age.
I do not want ads appearing in my newsfeed on Facebook. In the past, I marked every single one I saw as spam, and for a while I wasn't seeing any. Then something changed and recently I've been getting them again--more than ever. Again I've been marking them as spam. Three times now Facebook has reported to me they have removed ads I've marked, because they failed to adhere to Facebook ad guidelines. Strangely, only one of the three was really objectionable--I think it was for some bogus weight loss product. There have been a number of similar ads, but Facebook seems to have done nothing about them. The other two were for Whole Foods and a political campaign that I actually supported. I wonder why they were removed.
I rarely read any article that has "shocking" in the headline.
If I were a conspiracy theorist I'd say the Big Ten knew that the only way they'd get a team in the national college football playoff was if Ohio State won big in the Big Ten championship game, so Wisconsin was forced to throw it. Since I'm not a conspiracy theorist I have to admit Wisconsin got demolished.
Hi! I'm Caprice Bellefleur, a 66-year-old retiree enjoying life in the Big Apple. I'm a mixed-gender male-bodied person. This makes me a transgender person, trans for short. If you call me a crossdresser, I won't object, but crossdressing is just an activity I do to express part of my identity. This blog contains slices of the life of someone who crossdresses, but it's not about crossdressing per se. I hope you enjoy it--and leave a comment!