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i find all of it inane as hell.... so i don't use any social media.

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i find all of it inane as hell.... so i don't use any social media.

When myspace came out, I was pretty big into that. I joined Facebook when everyone quit using myspace, and now I am just bored with all of it.

I might check my facebook page once a month now.

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yea... the huddle is my social media now... which is why i have these boils on my hands.

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It took me about 5 years to join FB so I imagine I should be joining the Twitter community sometime in late 2014.

I use facebook for friends.

Twitter, I use strictly as a sports/news feed. Therefore there is no overlap. I highly recommend Twitter for sports news/talk.

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I've unsubscribed from so many of my "friends'" feeds that it would probably be better if I just deactivated...

Most any status update I have contributed recently has been a music video, which I'm pretty sure none of my "friends" care about either... lol...

If anything, Facebook has made me lose more faith in the human population...

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If anything, Facebook has made me lose more faith in the human population...

Hard to believe that you had any to start with... people in general are incredibly stupid.

The stuff that some people post and repost on fb is incredible...

Funny... someone had posted that "god in the clouds" pic on here in a thread a few weeks back that was really a photoshopped goatse pic... then I saw it show up on fb where some of my friends had liked it... then my MOM liked it and shared it... :rolleyes: I didn't have the heart to message her and tell her what it was... so I just let it go...

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there is hot ass on google +. that and home brewing stuff is why i look at it. facebook irritates me. i look at it for only a few people and interests. many get on my nerves, and i muted them long ago.

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I use fb for my family mainly. Most all of them live in Florida so it's nice to talk to them everyday. I try to keep it very clean on there. All I need is for grandma or my little family members to see me typing fugity fug fug dick sucker poo head bastard.

My favorite huddlers are on my fb too as well as close friends. I'm not one for friending everyone on the planet so if you're my fb friend I actually do like you and trust that you wont post stupid poo for granny & little ones to see. You will most likely see what I'm really like irl on fb. Which is pretty much a boring housewife who posts stuff about my kid, pets, husband, food & pinterest all the time. ;)

I have a google+ and linkedin but don't use them. It's too much to keep up with.

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yay, LIAG likes me!

(and she along with most other Huddlers are never blocked from my feed)

+I've never met any of you other than bleys and pstall... lol

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You will most likely see what I'm really like irl on fb. Which is pretty much a boring housewife who posts stuff about my kid, pets, husband, food & pinterest all the time. ;)

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