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Time Wasting New Look Facebook Protestors

Being a Mashable subscriber it has been hard to avoid the stories of protest about the new look Facebook. Apparently a hoard of screaming masses didn't like the new look and were widely drumming up support for the old look to at least remain available.

I didn't voluntarily change my Facebook account to the new look since I read it would eventually be changed over for me (why do something yourself if you don't have to). Today I logged into my Facebook account to be presented with the new look profile page and here is my perfectly blunt, no holds barred reaction...

All you protesting, squealing, whiny hoards are a bunch of dumb ass, change strangling, time wasters who should remove yourself from the internet immediately as progress and change are obviously too confronting for your nice little comfort bubbles.

Seriously. Are you all kidding me? A new, better organised and easier to navigate page is what you were all up in arms about?

Facebook profiles were a confusing mess. How anyone could actually prefer the old look is beyond me? The new, tabbed layout means you can cram a whole lot more into your profile whilst making it easier and quicker for people to find the content they're looking for.

Good on you Facebook. Your social network is still a boring, time wasting, useless distraction that I grudgingly spend as little time as I can on but at least it looks a little better than it used to. More importantly, we all can be thankful it's not Myspace!

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