A hoax claimed Facebook would make everything you’ve ever posted become public, even messages that have been deleted.

So for Facebook, here are 5 responses only Wyomingites would understand.

  • 1

    Hunting Season

    I do not give Facebook or any entities associated with Facebook permission to interrupt my hunting season for anything in the world.

    By this statement, I give notice to Facebook to go fly a kite somewhere else because I don't have time to waste with silly online nonsense.

    The violation of privacy can be punished by my good aim and quick reflexes.

     

    Charene Herrera TSM
  • 2

    Scenery

    I do not give Facebook or any entities associated with Facebook permission to interrupt my solitude when I watch the Wyoming stars and sunsets.

    By this statement, I give notice to Facebook and its users to be jealous of our lovely skies and serene landscapes. We've got the best sunshine and moonlight. We also plan to keep it that way.

    The violation of this can get you booted our of our state.

     

  • 3

    Population

    I do not give Facebook or any entities associated with Facebook permission to use any of my photos from visits to other great small towns in Wyoming. We want them to stay small and quaint. We have many great secret small towns. Please come to Wyoming and visit, but please don't be offended if there isn't a permanent vacancy. It's not you, it's us.

    By this statement, I give notice to Facebook to keep out of my business, and private non-business time, and keep out of our state.

    The violation of privacy can be punished by a year with out permission to leave Manhattan (or Manhattan, Kansas).

    Charene Herrera TSM
  • 4

    UW Football-The Pokes

    I do not give Facebook or any entities associated with Facebook permission to use videos involving me drinking beer and watching the Pokes or singing the beer song.

    By this statement, I give notice to Facebook to poke yourself in the eye and go away. I also give notice to hop on board and cheer for Coach Bohl as he makes this team into something special. I'm gonna cheer loud and often.

    The violation of privacy can be punished by making you watch CSU games all season/

    David Settle, Townsquare Media
  • 5

    Chris LeDoux

    I do not give Facebook or any entities associated with Facebook permission to use karaoke videos of me doing Chris LeDoux songs to pick up buckle bunnies at Cadillac Ranch.

    By this statement, I give notice to Facebook to hit the Rodeo Trails.

    The violation of privacy can be punished by a Five Dollar Fine.

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