Here’s the situation. A friend of my wife (also blind; we can call her “Franny”) has a fb friend (third party, let’s call him “PJ”). Now “Phil” lives in an RV, which is apparently moored in an RV park, and he has somewhat recently opened his home to a homeless woman we’re going to call “Missy.” She’s been staying with him for a matter of months (although “PJ” clams that he is not on intimate terms with “Missy,” even though he had been in the past, before she became homeless), and seems to make herself at home with “PJ” and his furnishings, including his internet connection.
And his Facebook page, which he apparently does not bother logging out of when he’s away from the computer.
Yesterday “Franny” reported to my wife that she can no longer send messages to “PJ” on facebook and can no longer reach his page (She also reports that during the past few weeks, she has been getting a vibe from “Missy” that “Missy” would prefer that “Franny” not make herself evident in “PJ’s” day-to-day life).
“PJ” apparently also reports that he cannot find “Franny” when he searches his FB contacts to go to her page or send her a message.
I went on the Facebook site today to see if there’s any way that these effects could have occurred by means of “Missy” monkeying around with “PJ’s” FB settings. It does appear so, with the exception of the fact that, to an outside observer (or a mutual friend, such as my wife), both “Franny” and “PJ” remain in one another’s Friends lists.
Any idea what might be afoot? Please note that it is not essential that anything “PJ” reports be taken at face value.