In any case, when I try to sign on now, it says that I need to confirm my identity. To do that, I need to receive or send an SMS. Well, I don’t have a cell phone, but Angela does. So I tried to have them send an SMS code to her phone, but it didn’t work. Then I even tried having them send a code to my mom’s phone, and they sent the code, but they said that I’d tried to get a code too many times.
Then I tried to send a customer service request with a copy of my ID (according to Facebook’s instructions, that’s what you have to do if you don’t have a mobile phone), but Facebook has no customer service, and it sent me back an email saying that my account wasn’t blocked.
Aaarrrghhh, freaking idiots.
So basically, it would seem there’s no way to solve this problem.
Matt: If you’re reading this, send me an email if you want to keep chatting.
Lucy: Sorry about Scrabble. Guess we’ll just have to play in real life.
Facebook: Kiss my ass.
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