Some Words Of Wisdom From Instagram #1LinerWeds

I’m getting to where I like Instagram better than Facebook, Twitter, or any of the other social media hellholes.

One-Liner Wednesday is brought to you each week by Linda Hill and this station. Now this word from Gold Medal flour, your “white thumb.”

Anne is a woman after my own heart. Lives by herself, and bakes a big old cake…

17 thoughts on “Some Words Of Wisdom From Instagram #1LinerWeds

    1. Right. The browser version doesn’t include upload capabilities, so you have to use their phone/tablet app. There are a couple of desktop apps that make it possible, but I can’t remember the names…

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    1. Of course, you need to get rid of the accounts that just seem interested in getting you to follow other accounts. User A will say “Follow User B!” You follow B, and suddenly both A and B are saying “Follow User C!” It’s a racket. But I’m following a lot of great guitar players and singers…

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  1. Love that quote! I just signed up on Instagram yesterday and have to learn all about it. We do Center on negative people way too much instead of the people who are truly great.


  2. I’m the last person alive who prefers Facebook. Connor likes Twitter and Aisling likes Snapchat. I am not an Instagram fan but I guess I’ll try it again. Sheila hates them all: she agrees with the local politician, Willie Brown: “The e in email stands for evidence.” Good advice for all of us.


    1. Willie Brown would know…

      Facebook owns Instagram, which means they nag you to follow the same people on Instagram that you follow on Facebook. And there are a bunch of accounts that seem to exist solely for the purpose of getting you to follow other accounts. But there are lots of good things about it. I follow a lot of guitar players and accounts that publish a lot of pictures of Chicago, which is still a beautiful city even if I have no intention of returning…


  3. I get the saying in one sense, but then when I think back to the past if those times gave me some pleasure and a certain sense of fulfillment then I’m not sure than anything was wasted. Some people serve their purpose for a season and then it’s time to move on. That’s more like I look at it. I’d hate to think that I wasted 10 good years being with my second wife and I did get three really great daughters from that arrangement.

    Tossing It Out


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