Facebook Finds Gold at End of Gay Rainbows

July 1, 2015 | celebrity | Lex Jurgen | 0 Comments

According to the Daily Mail, a clickbait headline company with random words beneath, the Facebook rainbow flag option for profile pictures this past week may have been a cynical psychological test to support Mark Zuckerberg’s plan to take over the world and eliminate tits forever. Following the SCOTUS affirmation of same sex marriages, twenty-five millions people with the bandwagon instincts of a Lakers fan utilized the Facebook promoted app to doctor up their profile pictures in colors of the Gay Pride flag. It is possible Facebook was collecting information on who was accessing the app, how quickly, their click patterns and history, and a bunch of other shit that translates roughly into how to sell these same people dish soap and tampons.

Facebook itself has copped to running similar type human experiments in the past, though they always claim the data is aggregated and never isolated down to Angie Jennings at 147 Sequoia Lane, Elko, Nevada 89801, currently planting tomatoes in her backyard with her two children, the one who is doing well in school and nine-year old Aimee who will top out at ‘some college’ and marry young. The most important thing is you showed your friends with your four exclamation points and eleven seconds of commitment that you walk with the righteous. Rock on, Rosa Parks, 2015 edition.

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