Face Book Wall Poke
Face Book Wall Poke editorial cartoon and Top 10 Occupy Frivolous Lawsuits jokes
“Facebook wants to legally own the words face, book, wall, poke, friend and like. Yeah, really. That’s what you call Anti-Social Nerd-Wording.” — Yasha Harari
- “Top 10 #OccupyFrivolousLawsuits jokes”
- 10. Would #OWS be as supportive of Facebook if FB decided to claim ownership of everything the protest movement posts on the social networking site? Oh wait, … they already do, legally.
- 9. Haiku: You can’t sue Facebook, if you agreed to their terms. So don’t agree. Hack.
- 8. Economy: President Obama believes that the US economy would be fixed if there were 1,000 more Facebooks. What he seems to ignore is that facebook already has a fix on the economy, as there are no other significant social networks.
- 7. Free Speech: You can say anything you want on Facebook, as long as you don’t sue them for stealing everything you post.
- 6. Censorship: Facebook doesn’t want to censor you, but if you have the sort of friends they don’t like, they’ll nail your ass to the wall post and poke you with lawsuits so costly, you won’t be able to ignore them.
- 5. Revolution: Facebook has been used for gathering mobs and starting revolutions in many countries, but not a single country has yet started a revolution whose mobs created a book of faces.
- 4. Debt: The people of #OccupyWallStreet want to Occupy Frivolous Lawsuits because they can’t figure out how to occupy debt.
- 3. Apple: Apple is suing Samsung. Samsung is suing Apple. The amount they would each win from the other would make it roughly a zero sum game, and OWS doesn’t think that’s a frivolous lawsuit worth occupying.
- 2. Politics: Politicians want to occupy frivolous lawsuits with counter-suits. That’s what happens when you surround yourself with too many suits.
- … and the #1 Occupy Frivolous Lawsuits joke is:
- 1. Q: Why does Facebook want to occupy frivolous lawsuits? A: That’s not funny, and if you post this answer to your Wall, they’ll sue you too.
- Reference: Yasha Harari for TheDailyDose.com.