The days when we didn't know the exact moment when people broke up or got together seem so distant and foggy now. And that breaks my heart. I don't want to stalk, and pool clues together to know private things about friends and acquaintances, but I am human and therefore creepily curious. And I don't want that as a right. I don't want that to be an option at all. Sometimes I imagine my ten year high school reunion and it gets under my skin that by that time, I may still be facebook friends with people I haven't seen since high school. I may know they have children, may know where they work, even though we don't speak. And isn't that weird? Isn't that....creepy? Maybe I need to leave the site. Shrug.
Or maybe I just need to not use my computer so much when I'm alone and bored....... Who knows. I'm just nostalgic. The past always seems better to me. Which reminds me of Midnight in Paris, which you should see sometime, if you haven't. I think a huge reason I relate to and love Woody Allen is because he and I share nostalgia for similar periods in time, similar music, and he's fascinated by death and darkness and the unfathomable amount of things we can't understand in life, so he just clings to what's funny and beautiful. That's just my view of his work, perhaps I'm simply projecting.