In my long history of asking dumbass questions here, this may be the dumbest, but is there such a thing?
My “friends” are from disparate places - H.S. pals who looked me up, old fellow employees, people from groups for specific interests etc. I’d say the ratio of the ones I’ve actually met IRL is about 75% met, 25% not.
If an old RL acquaintance posts a pro-Trump. pro-Confederate Monument, pro-assault rifles screed, I just roll on by. That is NOT most of my friends. And most of them ignore my hating on the orange shit-gibbon as well.
But one “friend” who I’ve never met IRL, who friended me from a widow’s group, insists on posting silly rebuttals to every anti-shit-gibbon thing I post.
I’ve done the thing where I don’t see her posts, whatever that’s called, but I haven’t outright blocked her. I guess that’s my only option, and then she’ll know, right? I am NOT a FB pro and really only look at it a couple times a week with my last smoke of the evening.
So, wouldn’t FB etiquette, if there is such a thing, say that’s just incorrect behavior? When I could see her posts, again, I just rolled on by. Nobody’s changing anyone’s mind around here. And yeah, I could reach out to her but I honestly don’t care to engage.