If you haven’t heard yet, we’re about to do something absolutely ridiculous.
The next time someone posts a story about you in a fake news article, you can go to the newsfeed, click the “Report” button, and tell them it’s fake.
The story will be pulled down from the feed, and the author will be credited with a “news story” badge.
So, for example, if you share a story with a friend about the Cubs beating the Nationals on Monday, the story that pops up in their newsfeed will show up in the “report” badge and have that friend’s name and contact info attached.
But if you shared the story with someone who said the Cubs beat the Nationals, the news feed will have the Nationals’ logo in red, and you won’t see that person’s name in the badge.
You can also use the “reporters” button in the top-right corner to see all the newsworthy stories from your feed.
You’ll see a banner with all the articles you’ve linked to your profile.
You just click that and it will pop up with the source, the author, and all the relevant information.
I’ve found it’s much easier to just click on the source to see the full article.
In my experience, people will actually click on “report,” which shows a full article with the author’s name attached.
So if you want to get your news about the World Series, you should click on a story from the Cubs, rather than reading it as a story in a hoax article.
If you want more context on what a fake article means, check out the bottom of this story.
But what if you’re just going to tell your friends about your victory over the Phillies?
In this case, you don’t have to go to your newsfeed and tell your family about it, either.
Instead, just click “follow” on a post, then click “report.”
The article will then appear in your news feed.
And if you follow the article, it will appear on your friends’ newsfeeds.
But that’s not the best use of this trick.
As a friend of mine said to me, you might want to do this a little differently: If you’re going to tweet about the victory, you need to give it more of a narrative feel.
It might be more interesting to share it through a retweet, but if you just tweet about your win, it’s not going to be very interesting to your followers.
If your friends see it as something that happened after you tweeted about it—and that is, it won’t be that interesting to the people who followed you in the first place—then you might not want to retweet it.
You’re going a step too far.
You might be losing your chance at building trust in your friends and followers.
There are also ways you can help build trust in yourself, too.
If someone tells you something you don’st want to hear, then just tell them that they’ve heard something.
It’s also important to let other people know that you have heard something, too, so they don’t fall for the hoax.
If they respond in kind, then they might actually trust you, even though they didn’t tell you the truth.
That might mean that you’re a bit more likely to share the real story, rather that a fake.
And remember that you don.t have to share everything that happens on your timeline, either, as long as you share that information with the right people.
This is a good time to mention that, because Facebook has changed how its News Feeds work over the past few years.
You will no longer see any posts that are “newsworthy.”
But the site does allow people to share stories they think others might find interesting.
For example, you could tell your best friend that you watched the Dodgers win a game, or that you got to take your baby to the movie.
That would give you a boost of credibility, and your friend might click on that post and take the time to share with the world that you did something worthwhile.
You could also post a story to your friends, telling them that you ate your way through your favorite food, or a funny video of your son playing guitar.
All those posts will show in your News Feed, and those stories will be shared with your friends.
If all you do is retweet, and nothing else, that’s all you need.
You should also share that you were part of a team that won a game.
This would get you a bit of a boost in your credibility, as well.
But again, if it doesn’t get shared, or you don, it may not be a huge story, either for you or your friends who saw it and took the time.
There’s a big difference between sharing a story and doing something with it.
And for a lot of people, a story is something that they’re really proud of, or something they think they’ve seen before.
It could be a