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Facebook Change Prompts Irate Users to Still Do Nothing

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Facebook made another layout change yesterday, incorporating a ticker on the upper right-hand side of the home page. Users were up in arms about the unannounced addition, complaining idly before receding into torpid complacency.

"I don't understand why Facebook has to keep messing with the layout," said Reggie Garza, a 42-year-old sales training manager. "If it ain't broke, don't fix it, Zuckerberg."

Mr. Garza proceeded to criticize Facebook on Facebook for the better part of an hour. According to Alexa.com, the social network's traffic rose by 120 percent today, fueled by anti-Facebook sentiment like Mr. Garza's.

In related news, disenchanted American citizens remain in the United States.

Originally featured in the Daily Pygmy.

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