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Posted by Bling King Feb 25th 2012
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Believe me it’s me and before you go remember what I told you about moving to slow. You should have sped up you should have moved quick the faster you move the more life’s a trip. The more life’s a trip the more you move fast and after it all you can never go back. I loved life myself. I had to go through with my head in the clouds and my self on the move. I thought I would get there I just didn’t dam know that the faster you went the faster it’d go. You should have slowed down you should have done more for you you should have taken back the things that you do and went forward more slowly on the longer dam ride and believed me I know it we both friggen tried to enjoy it but the harder we tried the faster it went and we both kinda lied if we thought we where getting to where we getting to. So if you ever did get there please let me know. If I got there the answer is a big F’n no I got basically to where everyone go. The end of the end the place they call death and I knew when I got there like everyone says you could have done if differently and if you F’n knew you probably would have done it differently too. Together we made it though through all the past together we made it let’s neither look back. I wouldn’t look back cause I know what I’ll do have as many regrets as as many of you. If you say no regrets to this very day I would honestly say I’m completely dismayed. I have had so many regrets and as much as that is my life’s going on and I’m only in my 30’s still yet.
Facebook has confirmed to TechCrunch that a new bug has temporarily reset Like counts and comment threads on sites sporting its Like buttons and Comments plugin. Luckily, all the counts and comments should be restored soon as Facebook is finalizing a fix. Everything should go back to normal, though the problem may frighten some regarding how much the Internet relies on a centralized service.
At around 1pm PST today (March 25th), reports came in that some websites, in many cases those without the www URL prefix, had seen counts on their embedded Like buttons nuked. Also, some of these sites that use the Facebook Comments plugin saw comments threads on old pages and posts appear blank as if no comments were ever published. Bug reports were filed on Stack Overflow, some personal blogs, including that of Max Woolf, reported the issues, and we received several tips about the situation.
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