I reckon it's the algorithms wat dun it. I remembered studying algorithms at school. Was in Pure Calculus or Applied Calculus? Maybe it was in Trigonometry. Did I actually do any of them? I must have, as at least one one of them was compulsory. Otherwise, I have no memory of them, except the fairly harsh and sarcastic teacher, Mr Robinson, who was fond of throwing chalk very hard at any student who appeared to be 'drifting off', and Stuart Bremner showing me his stiffie moving under his pants.
I didn't get past the first sentence before going off topic.
Yes, algorithms. I have a vague, possible wrong, idea about what they are in relation to computers. I expect Face Book has rather a lot of them.
Most have you might have picked up a tiny hint that I am gay. I'm subtle, I know. So why hasn't the all knowing, ruin your reputation for the rest of life, Face Book not? Targeting Face Book advertising seems to have worked out I am not married. It seems to know my age, yet it cannot work out that I am gay.
Now, if I meet someone my age and they have not been married and show no interest in girls, bells would be ringing and lights flashing.
Face Book, I confess to being gay. I am an open book. Everyone human seems to have worked it out, why can't you, you ever so clever algorithms? So you can now stop adding your targeting advertisements for straight meeting internet sites. It is really starting to piss me orf. I don't want to meet girls for romance, although walking along the beach with a clever mature woman might be ok. Always good to keep the options open.
While I am at it, no Scruff, I do not want to meet old gay men. I have quite enough of those in my life too, thank you very much.