Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Wacky Wednesday


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  1. Lol yeah goes to show you how anti-social "social" networks sites really are. :-)

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  2. I am so glad I'm not on Facebook if that's how it works!

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    1. Hi Alex.
      Lots of folks put information out there the rest of us really don't need to know. On the flip side you can find entertainment and interesting info. Its a toss up. But I do prefer blogging.

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  3. I think I've worked with a few people like that, actually. I worked mostly with older people, since it was government (where workers go to die!). One old guy refused to get on Facebook, but he'd come back from vacation and pull his vacation photos up on his computer, then make each person who came by watch as he scrolled through them all and explained them. I said, "You know, if you were on Facebook, you could post these pictures as you go." He thought that was the craziest thing he'd ever heard!

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    1. Funny.
      Speaking of gov employees...I worked for the state and one of my colleagues is retiring after 50 years of service.

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  4. That's funny as the devil, dear Sandra, and points to the folly of Facebook. Why do 100 people need to know about it every time I go to the potty? :) If I am going to become addicted to social media, I prefer blogging because it is a creative outlet and, at its best, an art form.

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    1. I agree, Shady. There's some fun stuff out there, but I just don't get spilling your guts to the world.

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    2. PS And your blog is definitely an art form.

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    3. It's very kind of you to express that, dear Sandra! :)

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  5. haha perfect. Too much crap on facebook. So glad I don't use it

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    1. I try occasionally to update my author page but that's pretty much all I do other than pass along petitions and cartoons.

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  6. Haha maybe I need to give this a try for a bit of a social interaction. Working from home leaves few outlets for socialization. Do you think a picture of my breakfast or my dog looking cute would get me more followers? ;)

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    1. Let me know if it does, Caitlin and I'll try it:)

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  7. I've seen that before, and it never gets old. LOL!

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  8. Boy, do you hit the nail on the head! It confounds me how much information people place on Facebook. I am on there but I look at pictures and play a couple of games-sad eh")

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    1. Me too, Birgit. Mainly for my author page, which I've pretty much neglected.

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  9. he will have to carry a crazy cat, a grumpy cat and a cute cat with him every day too for the Facebook experience :)

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  10. What a great and unusual post. well done, good idea too.
    Yvonne.

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    1. Thanks, Yvonne. Hope you've had a great day.

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  11. Sounds fair to me.
    And grateful that FB is a game I don't play. Enough people know I am verging on the weird side already.

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    1. I think we all are, Elephant's Child.
      You have such a gift with the birds.

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  12. Reminds me of all the people with 2000 or even 4000 friends. Me thinks that friend list is bloated.

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  13. bwhahahahahaha! I have never had a facebork account and never will.

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    1. :)
      There's a healthy amount of folks that don't.

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  14. Funny stuff. I'm not on the Facebook, but I hear people enjoy it.

    Have a groovy weekend.

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    1. I love, love, love personal blogs that share what they ate and what they did. And soon, I'm jumping into the googles, but for now, FB is not on my radar.

      Enjoy your weekend.

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