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Old 10-06-2009, 12:54 AM   #1
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I don't tweet (not a twit) and I am not on Facebook. I see the new links. Am I not a good member if I don't change my habits? Just kidding, it is good exposure for the forum.

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*shrug* Don't know anything about it either. I hear about it on the radio all the time and apparently Facebook is into Farming, as Jo da for an explanation....

I spend too much time seeing what's happening here already, I don't need to be updated by two more cyber entities as well... LOL

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When I was trying to contact an old Army buddy, my daughter said I should try Facebook. Well I did and all I got was a message from my sister. I was already in contact with her. I don’t get on it much.

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Facebook is great for finding those old friends that you rarely talked to in highschool and after the initial "hey, how is everything going" you continue to not talk to them, but they're your "friend" now. Also good for stalking.

Twitter is for morons with blackberries and too much time on their hands. Also good for making drunken public statements you'll have to awkwardly explain/apologize to co-workers tomorrow.

I'm probably the youngest "technophobic" around. I know less about computers than the average kindergardener.

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I don't tweet (not a twit) and I am not on Facebook. I see the new links. Am I not a good member if I don't change my habits? Just kidding, it is good exposure for the forum.
Yea, and the IRS is finding it an extremely cheap field agent!
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...looks like a way to invite trolls to the forum...
just my thoughts.

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Uh, Canebrake has a point there..

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Not only the IRS !! Employers, landlords,credit companies.

Good point Cane !!!

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