'eaten' as in metaphorically so - Facebook that is. For 'eaten' read experienced.
Luddite, humourously aimed at myself as 'The Grand luddite', and as Victoria Wood once said of the Spu-U-Like chain re-pronounced as Spu-doo-likay (a kind of vernacular), so I spelt luddite as 'loo-di-tay'. Insane? Possibly. More just plain silly, with a strange sense of humour. Must have been something to do with Grammar school education which I also disliked, and left aged 15yrs to work on a Dorset farm, much more interesting.
'Old and insane' - The two may be considered related as they were applied to myself, (of whom I have a nodding acquaintance) no-one else. If you felt it was aimed at yourself Mike, then please accept my apology.
'O' level English language gained through evening classes whilst driving tower cranes in Cambridge. I was bored.