PhotoAttourney and there are facebook groups dedicated to pressuring facebook into changing their terms. The biggest I have found so far is here
I discussed this with a well known pro photographer a while back and his take on it was that Facebook was now the second largest collection of images on the internet and that they would never dare upset their users by using their images in this way. But what if facebook changed ownership or went into administration, the new owners could sub-licence the images to a library and there wouldn't be a lot you could do about it.
If they never intend on using the rights that their terms of service grab, then why not change them?
In the comments, James Hill pointed out that Facebook now host 10 Billion images. Its interesting to note that Doug Beaver, a representative of facebook, replied to one of the comments in the linked article saying, "I think we're focused on the social aspect of sharing photos with your friends at the moment. Perhaps we will find ways to monetize photos in the future, but right now I think we want to make it the best social photo product out there."
So they aren't planning on making money out of your photos now, but they are thinking about it