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God forbid anything does happen to me. My partner already has my contact info to delete my account in the event of my death.

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I suspect Facebook will likely die before I do.

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Facebook could be the newest family heirloom that can be handed down from generation to generation. Just think that your Facebook page could be around for the next 100 generations, your future gens could be writing on your Facebook account in the year 5022.

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I just wish the Twits on F/B would just fade the hell away! Who in thier right mind needs this? It's beyond gone!

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If this becomes mainstream, we'll be questioning if the "friends" we're interacting with on Facebook are alive or not. Metaphorically speaking, we can start questioning it even now.

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