Some of the world's most famous addictions are, telephone, cell phone; via texting and calling, OCD habbits, and my addiction, computer; via Facebook, Chat Roulet, Omegle, DeviantART, and Clever Bot. Most teens in leading research are somehow attached to their cell phone or computer as a way of being sociable and interactive with the peers and people they have and want to keep contact with. This being said most adults also have problems with their child being attached to the form of comunication because they are spending too much time with that rather than getting good exercise, healthy living, and out having fun. Other reasons include spending time with family, and doing their daily chores rather than being absorbed in the computer and phone lifestyles.
Facebook in this sense is the number one most prophitted and most used chat site in the past two decades and most of the participants on this site are between the ages of 12 and 70 years old, making the range quite a fair bit appart. The main use of this is the teens between the ages of 13 and 19, and some even to the ages of 25, use Facebook on a regular basis. Some people consume all of their spare or free time on Facebook for whatever reason to their heart's content. This can be both healthy and unhealthy. Healthy that you are being socially active, and being involved with people some how, but unheatlhy because it can seriously ruin your posture and muscles. This can be a serious problem come future generations of children and so forth.
So, recently I have been reading an amazing assasin book called "The Way Of The Shadows" by Brent Weeks. So far I've really enojoyed it and I believe it is something that people will love if they are into action, suspense, drama, and best of all, anything to do with assasins.What this book is about, is the young Azoth. He's a guild rat, meaning he lives in the streets and is under 12 years of age. Azoth is a misphit, wanting to survive the clutches of Rat, the guild leader, who is cruel and abusive to all of the young guild members. When Azoth encounters the infamous assasin Durzo Blint, all Azoth wants is to be taken under the wing of this man as his apprentice, and to learn how to be mainly one of the best assasins the world has ever known. When Azoth gets his opportunity to join Durzo, Blint is very skeptical of this young boy, and at first declines the boy, but when Azoth porves his ability and determination, Blint decides to give Azoth the apprenticanceship or the option to be given a better home, because he believes that the life of an assasin is not the life. This is where I have gotten to so far, so when it is finished I hope that you enojoy it!