I signed up yesterday in a moment of weakness. So far, I fail to see what the big deal is all about.
I think Mike had a lot of nerve mentioning it here, with a veiled excuse. The real reason some people are migrating from here to there is a form of protest for those that stomped off in a hissy fit over the changes here.
Some have even stopped playing the Trivia games. Nothing but a bunch of whiners with an entitlement complex IMO. Meh.
I'm sorry you feel that way. I don't see this as being an either/or thing. If you wish to delete this thread, please do.
Loc: The Wizard's Balcony
I'm "old" and I'm on FB, Twitter, and several other forums - none of it in protest. :b
I'm young (well, compared to most of you lot *ducks*), and I've actually been staying AWAY from the social web lately. It's been getting to be too much, starting with FB. I miss the days when discussion forums and AIM were the most social things going. :tongue:
Wow, why would you say that? Seriously, answer that please.
Is that what people think of us mods here? If so I don't see why. We don't censor opinion. When have we? We have never deleted a thread because we didn't agree with what was said, right? We only have deleted posts that were a crude personal attack.
You tell him that he has a lot of nerve posting what he did and he has a veiled excuse for posting. He says that he wasn't trying to start an either/or debate and he is nice enough to suggest that you can delete his post to prevent friction and you answer in that way.
You need to get drunk, get a blow job and quit watching Oliver Stone movies.
May the (mass times acceleration) be with you.
I like Facebook. I like here too. I don't post as much as I used to here. Don't know why. I guess I just drifted out of it. I check here off and on though. Hope you guys that are arguing can just let it go and invite each other to be friends on Facebook and talk here too!!! Cheers.
_________________________ Well, until they make it right, I hope they never sleep at night. They better make some changes and do it soon. -Things Goin' On/Lynyrd Skynyrd
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