Free rants are always the most viral.
That’s why I have to post them all here at rants.ly.
But what’s more important is the way they are being spread.
Today, I want to share with you a few of the best rants on Facebook from last year.1.
“Ding dong, what’s the word on the internet?
The response from Facebook users to this article from the New York Times was overwhelming.
“What’s the big deal?
They’re just asking you for help.
You can’t have any clue what’s going on.
How is this going to help the country?” read one comment.
The comments are a perfect example of the kind of response that Facebook has seen since it launched in 2007.
As of late, Facebook users have taken the platform seriously.
They are looking for answers.
They want to know how to use the platform and how to share content, like posts, videos, and images.
They are looking to learn about the world around them.
And they are also looking for solutions.
Facebook is the perfect place for people to learn how to do this.
But it is also a place where a small group of trolls can easily hijack the conversation.
In 2015, Facebook removed several anti-harassment features and banned some users who were reported for harassing others.
This led to a wave of posts from trolls on the platform that were filled with vitriol, racist slurs, and threats.
In one case, a troll called the Times “sick” and said “I hope they die.”
Another user, known only as “C.B.,” wrote: “I love this country.
Stop reading this article. “
Stop giving a shit what you think.
Stop reading this article.
Stop wasting your time.
Just take a deep breath and get over yourself and start living the life you want.
I mean it.”
“Dong, it’s a good idea to take this to the next level, if you can’t handle it.
I just can’t get past the fact that you’re not getting it.
How many times have I had to tell my parents that my life is so important that I need to have them make me feel special, even though I can’t do anything for them?”
The next day, a user called “Dong” posted: “Ding, I’m a single mother with two young kids, and I don’t have the time or the resources to pay for all the stuff I need for my children.
Do you have a solution?”
Two weeks later, “Dang” was posting: “Just get over it.
You don’t need to take the trouble.
It’s not worth it.””
Dang,” a commenter called “M.L.,” wrote on December 10, “the only people that are going to get this to work are the people who are using this site to spread their hate.
They have the power, they have the money, and they have a lot of power.
If you’re really not going to take any action and you’re just going to be talking to yourself, what are you going to do?
You need to make a change.”
A day later, another user called “@DongC,” wrote: “I am sick of hearing from you.
How long do you think it will take to get people to change?
It won’t take long.
I know how hard it is to deal with the daily life of a mother.
I am sick and tired of hearing about the negativity.
Get over it.”
A post from an account called “E.H.” was titled “Hate is a cancer.
Cancer is the only thing that kills.”
While many of these posts are simply hateful rhetoric, many of them also contain the following: “I think I’m dying right now.
I’m sick of the negativity of this world.
Every day I have this feeling that I will die soon, but this world is so precious.
Life is precious.
Life is precious in this world, especially for the people in it.”
“When I am in the hospital, I get the feeling that my family and friends are going mad.
I feel like my life and my health are in danger.
That’s when I start to worry.
There’s no way out.
There’s no hope.”
“I have a new book.
My life is in danger, so I’m afraid that the police are going after me and I’m going