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The Koobecaf peoples may be one of the most technologically advanced cultures the world has ever seen. Full of intricate networking and up to the minute facts about complete and total strangers. In fact, all of there communication is done through a computer, even complicated issues such as gnitad. Which is an established relationship two people have agreed to share. These people have no concern for privacy and seem to ignore the dangers there culture has created. Most of all, they have taken away the personal element of communication by hiding behind a technologically advanced screen to which all their information and influences can be found. Koobecaf is organized in a way that large numbers of people are networked and connected through friendship. Friendship is gained by a person requesting your friendship or you requesting some one else's friendship by accepting it. This process of finding friends can become random as anyone can request that you become their friend. Once friendship is established this culture seems to share everything they do with one another. They communicate as well with wall posts, and koobecaf messaging sharing words through a computer screen rather than in person. They can also keep tabs on each other by looking at sotohp, images they have uploaded to their page for all to see. These could involve sotohp of family, pets, friends, and of course a person they are gnitad. Moreover, there are options to look at such as swen deef, which is where are the news of the day can be found. These concepts for the most part cause no problems with the culture that can be seen. While stalkers may sit at home reviewing your every step. Socially koobecaf is organized in a formula that goes like this, the more friends you have, the more popular you are. People with large amounts of friends consequently receive wall posts, tagged sotohp, relationship updates, and of course are ranked highly in top friends. These people are very highly regarded in this culture and receive a large amount of respect. You might be wondering how a culture like this doesn't spiral out of control. Well, the answer is that the creators of this culture can monitor the entire operation. Inappropriate acts such as nudity in sotohp, or drinking in sotohp can get you reported and culprit could be shunned for life. This culture runs entirely on networks. This may or may not be a college, high school, or a land region of the United States a person lives in. You then join the corresponding network to which you should belong. In this way people can become aware of the people living around them. There is a strange happening of members joining networks they have nothing to do with. This leads to members confused about their location, therefore limiting the amount of knowledge about that person. This culture like many others doesn't go without an economy. They have a designated market place for each network. In this virtual market place buyers and sellers can post and browse products in which they are interested in selling or maybe buying. It makes for a very efficient way for members to multi task by buying and selling as well as communicating with their friends. All in all this culture is a stable one and is no danger of falling apart any time soon. Members are as active as ever with other people's business. They have come to be very good at communicating with people located long distances away, but take the personal element out of talking to close friends and family. Their economy works out great and adds an important part to the culture as a whole. Finally, members of this culture who find more friends than anyone else will continue to be respected and admired by other members. While members reported with inappropriate behavior will be banned for life.
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