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Old 02-23-2009, 06:47 PM   #61
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Right now I don't have anything to hide, but you never know! LOL!
Thanks for the link--very helpful.

I had several real life friends ask about it as well as the ER board. I went and build several friends list, ER people, FB games, family etc, and than I realized I don't have too many drunken pictures, and even if I do I don't have a boss!!

Although another couple of months like this one that will change:
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Old 02-24-2009, 09:32 AM   #63
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Right now I don't have anything to hide, but you never know! LOL!
Please put me in the friends list that gets to see the drunken poll dancing and inappropriate yak pictures.
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Old 02-24-2009, 11:01 AM   #64
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Al, I have some great mental images of frolicking poll workers on election day, thanks...having worked quite a few elections, lets just say that my fellow poll workers are the last people I want to see dancing, especially naked.
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LOL -- right, "pole!"
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My buddies all use it to share pics of their little kids, so i joined last night. Once I put my High School class and year and college class and year in there I saw profiles of lots of people I hadn't thought of in 25 years.

This is my first attempt at a social networking site too. I'm an IT guy and never got into the texting, twitter, etc, stuff.
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Another downside: A few years ago a friend from high school looked me up and visited for a few days. I liked him then and like him now, but we have absolutely nothing in common, and had nothing to talk about. Once the "Remember when this" and "remember when that" was over, it was really excruciating. We fell out of touch after that.

Well guess who found me on facebook yesterday and wrote "Hey, tell me where you live now and maybe I'll come visit."
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Old 02-28-2009, 05:12 AM   #68
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I accepted everyone as a friend on facebook that asked me to.....I didn't want to hurt anyone's feelings.

Some of the people I was very hesitant to accept because they were not nice to me and I didn't think they even liked me so I don't know why they want to be a "friend"

The only thing I could think of is maybe they were mean to everyone and they actually did like me

It was nice hearing from people that I haven't seen in so long though.

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