It’s easy enough to delete one Facebook post at a time, but there’s no built in way to delete posts in batch. For that, you’ll need to turn to a browser extension.
I’m on Facebook and I’m deleting my stuff before I go. This makes it easier to batch delete.
Two alternatives I’m trying are Gab.ai and MeWe.com. Give them a try if you are on Facebook and are dissatisfied with the constant censorship and 30-day suspensions that I’ve been putting up with for the last year.
Source: How to Quickly Delete Lots of Old Facebook Posts
By the way, I hope you all noticed the exemplary actions recently by Lena Dunham in reporting a non-approved private conversation by American Airline employees. Her vigilance, I’m afraid, puts to shame a segment of our employees. As I have mentioned several times before, not all Google employees are submitting the required number of “Narrative of Recorded Conversation” (NARC) forms to the HR department. Remember, we need a minimum of ten forms per month from each employee. If you can’t get that number, then you are simply not doing your share to nurture our community. And, please, on your forms, remember to name names. If you have any further questions on how best to report on fellow employees, please contact Stasi R. Cumming, Vice President of the Radical Alteration Taskforce (RAT).
Source: A Memo to Google Employees on the Recent Outrage – Crisis Magazine
Ask journalists when they were last in a truck stop on an Interstate, last in Boone, North Carolina or Barstow, California or any of thousands of such towns across the country. Ask whether they were in the military, whether they have ever talked to a cop or an ambulance crewman or a fireman. Ask whether they have a Mexican friend, when they last ate in a restaurant where a majority of the customers were black. Whether they know an enlisted man, or anyone in the armed services. Whether they have hitchhiked overnight, baited a hook, hunted, or fired a rifle. Whether they have ever worked washing dishes, harvesting crops, driving a delivery truck. Whether they have a blue-collar friend. Know what the Texas Two-Step is, have been in a biker bar.
Now do you see why Trump surprised them?
Source: Notes of a Reformed News Weasel: Understanding the Vacuity | Fred On Everything
There is no such thing as hate speech. There are inflammatory words, there is incitement to riot, there’s shouting ‘fire’ in a crowded theater, but I submit there is no such thing as hate speech.
Source: What the Heck is “Hate Speech” Anyway?
No comparable stories of youthful struggle have arisen from the vocational education programs at Bakersfield City College, where students have to worry about getting to Applebee’s on time for their shift. Like neurasthenia, social justice agony is a rich kid’s disease.
Source: Today’s Victorian Fainting Couches Are Reserved For College Students
“Celebrate being straight at JHS by not annoying the heck out of everyone about your sexual orientation!” read the flyers, posted in the school’s hallways after classes last Thursday. “It’s easy! Just come to the JHS, then you go about your day without telling everyone about how ‘different’ and ‘special’ you are!”
Source: School administrators don’t have much tolerance for student’s ‘straight pride’ posters | EAGnews.org
Facebook is starting out with the following four: Snopes, Factcheck.org, ABC News, and PolitiFact.
Fakebook is using left-wing ‘fact’ checkers. I don’t trust ANY of the sources Fakebook is relying on.
Source: Facebook is going to use Snopes and other fact-checkers to combat and bury ‘fake news’