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Old 01-06-2011, 01:32 PM   #76
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I am still trying to figure out what in the world first is trying to say.
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Old 01-06-2011, 01:33 PM   #77
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I like seeing old friends and what their up to, and im just getting to that age where people are starting to get married and having kids and stuff. Whats really wierd is when you see a girl you banged back in the day with a kid. I think if i started a family i would de friend all the people im not close to or still keep at least moderatly in touch with.
Yeah, I know what you mean. Just two or three years ago, none of my friends had kids. Now a lot of them are getting married, and several have young kids- like 2 years old or younger. Pretty awesome.

And as far as chicks from back in the day... LOL. I'm friends with several who were notches on the old bed post back in the day. Ahhh, college.
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Old 01-06-2011, 02:21 PM   #78
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Thats how I figured out that there is a difference. Its all of you trying to figure out if there is a difference and what it is that are f&^ked up.LOL

I asked this:

I wish someone could tell me how to close the account because I have tried several times.

You sent the info on how to delete the account when I was just looking at how to close the account and there is a difference from your own link.
I think this guy can help

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Old 01-06-2011, 02:26 PM   #79
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^ lol
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You guys get confused so easy.
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Old 01-06-2011, 03:32 PM   #81
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i think this guy can help

lol!!
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Old 01-06-2011, 03:38 PM   #82
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Old 01-06-2011, 08:19 PM   #83
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It's ok, up until recently, firstdown thought this is what facebook meant:
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Old 01-06-2011, 10:00 PM   #84
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Well, I bit the bullet. My wife signed up for Facebook on New Year's day. She gave into the urging of dozens of her friends. So of course, once she signed up, I got a bunch of crap for not being on there. Basically "my husband is like a ghost because he's not a facebook" type stuff. She was half-kidding, but I went ahead and signed up anyway.

I was actually pleasantly surprised. Within hours of signing up, I had reconnected with lots of my friends from my college days down in Florida who I haven't spoken to or seen in several years. Plus I put lots of wedding/honeymoon pics up for family and friends to see.

I'm not spending much time on there, but it's been pretty cool to look at pictures of old friends who have since started families. I certainly don't see myself turning into one of these people who is habitually updating their status, checking for friend requests, etc etc.

I see my primary usage as sharing photos with friends/family.
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Old 02-24-2011, 10:28 AM   #85
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So I fought and fought and finally gave in ans joined Facebook last night. I think I have about 50 friends now. I can see how this can be fun.
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Old 02-24-2011, 10:41 AM   #86
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I think I have about 50 friends now.

How many of them would help you move over a weekend?
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Old 02-24-2011, 12:54 PM   #87
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How many of them would help you move over a weekend?
Probably about 5 like I had the last time I moved. Ungrateful shits ! LOL, I definitely meant to put friends in quotation marks. I kinda find it funny that all of these people are called my friends when I wouldn't have seen about 79% of them had I not been on the computer. It's cool because I found a guy I went to High School with and havent seen since graduation, but it takes the suprise out of it.

I ran into a guy I went to school with at BJ's in Bowie and I was siced to see him, it'll be different now cause I'm like click your my friend now.

But like I said, probably about 5 of the effers would help !
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Old 02-24-2011, 02:44 PM   #88
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You guys are going to think I am ridiculous but I have almost 800 friends on Facebook. And I haven't gone all Twitter with it either, and added celebrities, etc. All my "friends" are people I have met and at the least had a conversation with. Many are people I have spent significant time with.

I think if you realize these people are not really "best" friends and sometimes more just a network, it isn't a big deal.
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Yeah I know folks that allow their lives to be dictated by facebook or the other way around. I know folks that will defriend someone after an argument and then friend them again once they are over it. That's freaking dumb to me, or even get upset because someone is on a different level on their page,...or was that myspace ?

I don't know. It'll help out with some stuff but,...meh...I hardly return calls on my cell so I know this will go to shit
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Well, I bit the bullet. My wife signed up for Facebook on New Year's day. She gave into the urging of dozens of her friends. So of course, once she signed up, I got a bunch of crap for not being on there. Basically "my husband is like a ghost because he's not a facebook" type stuff. She was half-kidding, but I went ahead and signed up anyway.

I was actually pleasantly surprised. Within hours of signing up, I had reconnected with lots of my friends from my college days down in Florida who I haven't spoken to or seen in several years. Plus I put lots of wedding/honeymoon pics up for family and friends to see.

I'm not spending much time on there, but it's been pretty cool to look at pictures of old friends who have since started families. I certainly don't see myself turning into one of these people who is habitually updating their status, checking for friend requests, etc etc.

I see my primary usage as sharing photos with friends/family.
I've gotta say, I've stuck to my guns very well. After 2 months, I have about 115 friends on Facebook. They are all people I'm definitely friends with, or relatives (aunts/uncles/cousins/my dad). I've turned down several odd friend requests (weirdest was a request from an ex-girlfriend from YEARS ago - very bad break-up).

I have all the privacy settings on the strictest possible, and turned off ALL alerts, so I don't get emails or texts about ANY facebook activity whatsoever.

I find myself spending about 10 minutes a day on the site.

I talked a good game when I signed up, but I'm not gonna lie, I was pretty concerned it would turn very addictive very quickly. Not so much.
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