Netflix knows when you are sleeping, awake, bad, good, and bored. It's a fact. Deal with it.

Screen Shot 2017-12-12 at 10.15.39 PM This tweet got many people upset.

Including people in the news media.

Dear people in denial of truth and reality: what? You want to continue to pretend Netflix and Facebook don't know who you are, what you are doing, where you are going and when.

Why shouldn't they rub your noses in it when the Middle Class decided convenience trumped privacy?

Memo: They know! 

So why should they not say it? Because it makes you feel uncomfortable?

Perhaps you should be feeling uncomfortable. Maybe, just maybe, you will also realize it is not just social media who know lots and lots about you.

But that journalists have been wanting Netflix to shut up about it really does contradict what a journalist is supposed to do: tell the truth, no matter how upset the little people who use Twitter get about it.

They should have been telling people that Netflix knows how many times you are watching their life-sink trash.

Netflix just told people what they should have known all along -- without sticking their fingers in their ears as they pretend everything is just fine in the world.