why can’t i read comments on facebook

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i’m using Facebook now to share my story about being bullied as a child. I made several friends but also found several people who didn’t share my own experience, and who are now encouraging me to come forward. I’m not sure if this is a good thing or a bad thing.

I don’t think facebook is a good place to share your story. For one, there are people who don’t want to see it. For another, they may not want their friends to see it either. This isn’t the first time that I’ve heard of a friend who has posted something they’re not comfortable with. But the worst part of it is that the friend is encouraging everyone to go there and share it.

I don’t think there are many people who would want to see a person’s private life posted online, so I don’t think this will work at all in the coming days. The people who would be most likely to share this story will likely be the people who already have a reputation in the person they are sharing it with. You could probably also say the same about a person’s friends. There are probably so many of these people that anyone who shares this story will have a very large audience.

Facebook’s privacy settings make privacy settings on every page. In fact there are so many pages on the site that the privacy settings of just about every one of them are identical. There’s also no way to remove the privacy settings for all of these pages.

Like I said in the previous paragraph, there are a lot of these people. Each of these pages, the ones we’re talking about, uses the privacy settings of everyone who shares the same name as the page owner. In other words, there is no way to limit a person’s audience in this way. This may make a person think that their friends are more important to them than they are, but nothing can be further from the truth.

Yes, you can block someone from posting their thoughts on facebook, but only the page owner can do it. And if you don’t want anyone to see your privacy settings, you can’t actually read their comments.

No, you can’t read someone else’s comments because the privacy settings are only on the page owner. If someone wants to see their privacy settings, they can go to facebook, open the privacy settings, and change them. But if they want to read their friends’ privacy settings, they can’t.

It sounds like you guys are just saying that because your friends are you, and it would be a little weird if your friends weren’t allowed to read your privacy settings. A friend is not like a person who doesn’t like you, or doesn’t know you. A friend can be like “oh I’m mad at you for not showing me your status”.

This is a bit of a problem for many people. The ability to read and view your privacy settings may not be granted to you just because your friend is you, but it is still you. I was curious to see if you had any issues with this and I found my friends privacy settings all fine. The only problem was that I had to go back to my website to access that setting because my friends privacy settings didnt let me read.

The facebook privacy settings are definitely there and are not just for your friends.

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