To be fair, years ago, everything wasn't posted on Facebook, Instagram, and twitter. You might have seen family roll up in a new ride, that's a conversation, you might ask family what they did all year, that's a conversation, you might ask about an old somebody you haven't seen in ages. Now days, all that stuff is posted instantly. I don't personally post that much on Facebook. I have it but rarely post anything on it. I find it entertaining. However, some of my friends you know the second they have a car accident, (yes, I mean the second. One had a car wreck and before the police showed up there was pictures on Facebook. I know this because I was listening to the scanner and then got a notification on my phone.) Anything that happens they have it on Facebook, full story, I mean the whole concept of "bringing people together" with the internet and social media has in a sense separated us from actual interaction. It's only going to get worse with younger and younger kids having access to it, it's a system that will cause human interaction to implode on itself and it's already showing in todays society. I leave my phone in the car half the time and it drives my wife crazy.