Social Media

So on a recent business trip to Brazil, where I was fortunate enough to be at the Hilton Morumbi where I do not have to shove furniture to hold back wandering shouting people in the halls.  What is of note is the use of social media, in particular facebook (or farcebook as Mark is fond of calling it).  While making it thru the maze of passport control at the Sao Paulo airport (GRU), the young lady checking my credentials was getting into facebook as I approached her desk.  Checking her posts and friends, before checking my passport and visa.  Counting the months left on the visa on her hand before allowing me to pass.

Social media, interfering with everyone’s life….

 

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One thought on “Social Media

  1. Delores

    P.S. I seriously doubt that you’ve ever actually read any of Gol7#ees&b821b; speeches.P.P.S. Comments like yours once again prove that whatever Jews do – short of parading straight into the sea or off a steep cliff – will be accepted by some individuals as a crime against humanity while really dreadful atrocities conducted by others are practically allowed.

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