Blind Murphy’s Page

April 25, 2014

I’ve noticed that a lot of cats have their own Facebook page. No doubt it is the animal’s owner entering photos and texts on their pet’s behalf because all animals (except my own) lack the intellect to operate a computer.

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But what’s worse than cats with their own first-“person” Facebook page are their followers that respond to the posts with comments directed at said animal.

For example:

I'm gonna go out on a limb here and assume this commenter has a little trouble with reality.

I’m gonna go out on a limb here and assume this commenter has a little trouble with reality.

 

Since cat Facebook pages are a thing, Blind Murphy wanted to jump on the bandwagon. He likes the attention.

Without questioning why he wanted a Facebook page since he can’t even see it, I allowed him access to my computer.

His first assignment: the profile pic. Selfies are hot now, so Blind Murphy asked to borrow my phone and took these gems:

Not quite sure he understands that you have to look at the camera for a successful selfie.

Not quite sure he understands that you have to look at the camera for a successful selfie.

Don't ask.  I have no idea.

Don’t ask. I have no idea.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Next was creating a profile. Being unable to type on his own (since he has never seen a keyboard), Mr. Tiddles volunteered to take dictation.

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And finally, the big moment: uploading the content to your very own profile page. Again, Mr. Tiddles volunteered since Blind Murphy couldn’t navigate the net on his own.

And voila!

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