Was it because of “Great Balls of Fire” or do they just hate cornbread?
It’s true. Facebook actually prohibited me–absolutely took my freedom of expression away–because I posted a cornbread recipe.
Oh, but that’s not all. They did it again because I posted about rock n’ roll pioneer Jerry Lee Lewis too. That was a separate article.
I’m beginning to think they have something against the word “balls.”
Now, I can’t think of too many reasons to be offended about using “balls” in a sentence, but it’s the only common denominator on three of my banned-from-Facebook posts.
Maybe it’s just me, but I’m losing track of what offends people nowadays.
🔴You see the cornbread was “Great Balls of Fire Cornbread.” Click here to read it and let me know if and how you were offended.
🔴Jerry Lee Lewis originally recorded and released the hit “Great Balls of Fire.” They censored a recent article about him. Read it here. Did it offend you?
🔴A third article I wrote that they forbid you to read was about the February snowstorm from the Dakotas to Texas. Why? That was months ago and they are just now banning it. Read it here. Let me know if I mentioned snowBALLS.
If I did and you are offended, oh well. Suffer.
I did report to Facebook that I disagreed with them, but they just send nonsensical replies…something about how COVID has them shorthanded, how feedback helps them become better or something like that:
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While Dodie and I are at it, here are some more posts Facebook may find offensive. Enjoy.