When I respond, or seek responses, I think of the Internet Republic and the people [[whump]] and the places who have made our water world Eden brave and free and fair. Permitted, required, and impossible. Stand alone or stand with, whose choice to what degree [[Thn/]] O[[thn/]]ne water world Eden under "We the people" – created by whom?

Facebook has shifted responsibility unconstitutionally…

William Penn's message re: unconstitutional Facebook policy of violating the assumption of innocence by not requiring people who don't want "strangers" to friend them to put up notification of same on their images paraded along the right margin - Screen Shot 2011-12-27 at 6.06.00 PM

William Penn
FB needs to require the fb members appearing on the “People You May Know” list to select a “no strangers” choice on their preferences so an icon appears and friend requests are automatically returned to strangers telling them you need to send a message first asking permission to send a friend request. Please see the prior post for further details. Thanks
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AOL purple matches side bar color xref: where who was last sure who was doing things right [^] Screen Shot 2011-12-27 at 6.06.31 PM

William Penn
It’s unconstitutional for Facebook to prohibit making friend requests of strangers on Facebook – you have the right to talk to anyone you meet on the street, or on the internet. Further, Facebook compounds the problem by parading people along the right margin building up frustration that you can’t “handle the merchandise” because who is a ‘stranger’; xref: “People are strange when you’re a stranger,” (Morrison, Jim) – We are all brothers and sisters moving closer to 100% Independence, though never able to achieve that ideal. Facebook needs an etiquette, or procedure – people who are willing to be friended without a message being sent first need an icon to show they’ve made that choice. People who want a message first need an icon for that choice. People who don’t want a message from people they don’t know need a third icon for that choice, and people who don’t want people they don’t know to visit their page might already have that choice. The rules are so subjective and unclear now fb risks loosing a lot of money if who proves a suicide, or other physical or mental injury occurred [spell check glitch] – due to this unconstitutional policy which contradicts, “Knock and it shall be open, seek and ye shall find,” – it’s up to Facebook users to put up “No Strangers” icons. Not for Facebook to intimidate us about seeking. If something bad has already [^] happened due to strangers friending people, current Facebook rules are not solving the problem. [^] [[whump]] [jet]
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