Rex Mundi
 Digital Underground with Tinfoil Hats 
As a general rule I hate conversations about people. We all know that gossip is wrong. I have adopted a policy of not saying anything about anyone at anytime that I wouldn’t say if that person was in the room with me. Over the years I have learned that I really do not have much to say to a person’s face. I am content to allow people to live their lives as they see fit without any interference from me. I am neither God nor their mother so their lives are none of my business.

Facebook reminds me of a bar full of old men sitting around drinking beer. They are all lying to one another. Everyone knows that everyone is lying and it is no big deal in the bar. Unlike Facebook, however, what goes on in the bar stays in the bar. In the bar one assumes that everyone is drunk and lying but for some reason people have this quirk that makes them think that what they see on Facebook is truth.
Thomas Willingham
 from Friendica
I have adopted a policy of not saying anything about anyone at anytime that I wouldn’t say if that person was in the room with me

Odin wrote:> There is mingling in friendship when man can utter
all his whole mind to another;
there is nought so vile as a fickle tongue;
no friend is he who but flatters.

I would never say a word behind another man's back that I would not say to his face - because there is nothing I would not say to his face.
Michael
  
Bring back #celebritygossip
Rex Mundi
  
Ha! It has been a long time since the last #celebritygossip installment