Arlo and Janis by Jimmy Johnson for October 27, 2014

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    emjaycee  over 7 years ago

    Ooooh, just went through this with Facebook. Took three days and seven emails to finally get my password changed. Really wish they had a toll-free number to clear everything up quickly. Grrrrr.

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    cabalonrye  over 7 years ago

    There’s something from the stone age called a notebook. Doesn’t need batteries, can be kept in a drawer, will hold your passwords forever and can’t be hacked.

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    MeGoNow Premium Member over 7 years ago

    It is abysmally pathetic when whether or not to share a Facebook account is something to worry about. .(Afraid of what your imaginary friends will think?)

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    Mary Ann Jones Premium Member over 7 years ago

    As part of an old married couple, I must say my husband and I have our separate email accounts and facebook (which I don’t use). Don’t be so quick to paint all us old fogies with the same brush! I find this comic amusing because I totally agree with the stoneage comment, and am happy to see it applied!

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    artsudz  over 7 years ago

    It’s ideal for keeping up with the kids if the kids are over 40.

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    flagmichael  over 7 years ago

    As an IT professional I don’t have a Facebook or Twitter account. They are serious security risks, often hacked. Did you know the top ten Flashlight apps for Androids are security risks? Check the file size: if it is more than a few hundred K it is doing things no flashlight should do. (The standard iPhone flashlight is okay.)

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    ARLOS DAD  over 7 years ago

    My password has 26 letters, bet you can’t guess what it is?…

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    IQTech61  over 7 years ago

    It’s not just old married people. I know plenty of young marrieds who share an email account, too. The “We must be joined at the hip” attitude knows no age limit.

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    avocet13  over 7 years ago

    Somebody needs to know your passwords just like they need to know your acct numbers. I had a good friend who died suddenly, and because his brother knew his FB password, he could let all of us know what happened.

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    rick92040  over 7 years ago

    The point is the younger generation doesn’t use Facebook anymore. They just update it so the older generation can see whats going on in there lives.

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    locake  over 7 years ago

    What does the younger generation use instead of FB? I have a teenager and she seems to text her friends all the time.

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  13. Cathy aack  over 7 years ago

    Teens are tired of facebook because it’s old stuff and old folks are using it.

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    RH3  over 7 years ago

    I still haven’t figured out what Facebook is for. You stick up a picture of your face, a few lines about yourself, and then ask a bunch of strangers to “friend” you. Why would anyone want to do that?

    Especially when you know that your personal details are being harvested by intelligence agencies.

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