Are you listening, Marc Zuckerberg? Lindsay Lohan has some serious beef with your magical social networking site Facebook, and she’s taken to her Myspace blog (ouch) to rant about it. Apparently Lindsay is sick of her Facebook account getting disabled while numerous fake accounts using her name still exist on the site, and she expects someone to do something about it, damn it. Forget the economy – this is the number one crisis facing Americans today! Here’s some of her poignant and groundbreaking post:
facebook allows a lot of posers, i thought maybe they would figure out that the posers of me, (and i am sure others on facebook) were in fact posers by looking into their accounts, or sending emails to the people that they believed to be “posers” which ask questions. what those questions may be.. i don’t know. which is why i don’t run an interactive web site. on that note, this is what happened to me earlier today… i signed onto facebook with my new password because someone keeps hacking into my account, and when i typed my password and “log in” name in, a red sentence came up saying.. Account Disabled. Your account has been disabled by an administrator. If you have any questions or concerns, you can visit our FAQ page here. wow! i was in shock. i clicked on the link that they told me to click on and then to another link that said: my account may of been disabled by mistake. once i got to that it gave a note saying why it was disabled which stated the note saying that it was disabled because they believe that i was a fake of myself. genius…
maybe i am just venting, but i am also writing this blog in hopes that the people at facebook will un-disable my account and allow me to sign in the EXACT same way it was, same friends, same emails, same “pets” and so on..
Alarming stuff, right? Her post was a bit redundant and therefore we cut some of her rambling, but you can peep the whole thing on her very real Myspace page. She also alerted readers via blog post that she and Sam Ronson are still very much together and bumpin’ uglies. Wouldn’t Twitter be a lot easier – and shorter?