Abolish the 5000 friends limit on Facebook and allow for unlimited friends
Facebook has long been (at least in Internet terms) the go-to source for many people far and wide. And although it has admittedly gone down in terms of its usage as of lately, many people, such as myself, still use it for in-depth coverage of various events in our lives.Unfortunately with the growing popularity of social media and more and more people coming of age within the era of it, a lot needs to change. While some of this has been happening - one MAJOR issue has so far stood at a standstill - the 5000 friend limit.Granted, not everyone who will potentially go beyond this limit will ever meet their 'friends' in person, but there have been numerous scientific studies that show that even online interaction can help support people who suffer from disorders such as depression, bipolarism, and other mental disorders. And considering that loneliness has recently been declared unhealthy by several major medical firms, it would make sense to encourage socialization by any measure, even if it was initially through online means.So why is the 5000 friend limit such a big deal?Well, to start, once people start getting new friendships, many tend to want to branch out further, but with only 5000 people as a limit, in can only go so far, and when they do reach the limit it can almost feel like going back to nothing again, only now you have 5000 others.Also, there are certain individuals, such as politicians, vendors, or in other cases, furries, who want or NEED to have a large friend base. Although there are Pages for this purpose, a lot of the times Pages don't exactly live up to this purpose and don't provide nearly as much social interaction as a regular account would.Thus I think it's high time Mark Zuckerberg and everyone at Facebook abolish the 5000 friend limit and allow for unlimited friends.
Save the Las Vegas Riviera
The Riviera is a classic Las Vegas fixture that's stood proudly for generations. Although the original Riviera has since closed, I for one think that the Riviera as an entity is more than worthy enough of being saved in some shape or form from demolition given all of its history and the wide variety of people that have played there...