Both go to the same place, but in the first one Zuckerberg is owning yo ass.
Everything starting with ?fbclid (translates roughly to "facebook click id") is tracking.
Just me, I strip it off before I post a link.
I remember when you enlightened us a while back and I often think about it when I post. Hopefully I can remember to scrap it like you said. My thoughts are more along the lines of "Harv can track me". I don't really know much about all that though.
Sorry for the repeat Johnny. Senility I guess. And Peetex is right, the fbclid is designed to inform the people buying the ad, or posting the content, not Zuck.
LONG TERM /WEDNESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY/...
Intrusion of arctic air with below normal temperatures will dominate
the beginning of the long term forecast, followed by some moderation
in temps, along with the next prospects for precipitation associated
with a possible coastal storm by next weekend.
A wave of low pressure developing along a frontal boundary to our
south and east should allow precipitation to linger across southeast
areas Wednesday morning. Forecast thermal profiles suggest P-type
should be snow. The question is how much precipitation occurs from
mid level forcing and moisture, as some southern stream energy
translates northeastward. Latest 12Z/08 deterministic and ensemble
model guidance suggests the possibility of at least a few additional
inches of snow across portions of the mid Hudson Valley northeast
into NW CT, the southern Berkshires, and southern Taconics, although
can not rule out precipitation lingering farther north in the
morning, which could allow some snow closer to the Capital Region of
NY into the northern Berkshires.
Lots of uncertainty regarding next possible storm system for late
Friday night into next Sunday, with most likely period of
precipitation next Saturday. Siding closer to 12Z/EC for onset
timing based on past performance. Thermal profiles look relatively
warm aloft, so this could be a rain/ice (rain/freezing rain)
situation, depending on how much shallow low level cold air remains
across the region. Will have to watch trends through the week. Lows
Friday night and Saturday night in the mid 20s to low 30s, although
may be warmer depending on ultimate storm track, with high
temperatures in the mid 30s to lower 40s.
"You just need to go at that shit wide open, hang on, and own it." —Camp