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Will you be writing for Patheos, the Watchtower or one of the Scientology magazines now? Or did that "Nefarious Kansas Preacher" rub off on you. No, ait. Has Crack made you a convert? Oh, say it ain't so, Joe! Call the de-programmers.
I didn't know you had any religious views.
Facebook.Hula-hoops.Poodle skirts.Pet rocks.Ughs.Troll dolls.
Watching an Ernie Borgnine movie makes you Catholic?Actually, sounds like nd's or shiloh's idea of humor.
My wife and I stumbled upon Marty last night in the middle of the film. We were both admiring the acting of the women who played the old Italian ladies, till we saw the end credits: They were two actual old Italian ladies.
I am "friends" with a few GOP state politicians, and it's funny when FB reports they've been looking at SocialCam, with some pic of a girl's cleavage...NTTAWQT, but I LOL when that happens.
Oops, errant "Q" in my abbrev up above.
Viewing religion can be a trip...especially a trip to Italy to view the religious art work over there.
What Traditional guy said: one of my great pleasures was touring Italy and visiting small hill town churches--Nearly all such churches had a magficient piece of religious art--Recommend you rent the smallest car you can find, because the roads up to the hill towns get increasingly narrow as you get to the top.
Nothing is particularly more noteworthy than anything else. Except relationship status updates, those A level information.
The person saw a clip of "A Big Night of Heartache" through facebook clip watching thing and had a religious experience? Or the absurdity of someone noting that they watched a clip and felt a need to post having watched it, like Yay I watched a clip, then mislabeling it under religion? or something? It's thoroughly absurd, so I honestly do not not know what absurdity is being pointed out here. I left there forever and erased every trace when a niece wrote something so profound the room shook:Donna said, I don't like chocolate chip cookies.Well.I had to leave.
Facebook is one of the least interesting things you can access on line.I decline all friend requests unless they send me humiliating nude photos. I have 38 friends. It's still boring.
I started a game one time with some friends where we wrote a song together, with each friend taking turns to write the next line of lyrics, and then I made up some music to it. That was kinda fun, but that's about it in all the years I've been on there. I have re-lit some ancient real friendships through Facebook and that was kind of cool, and unlikely to have ever happened otherwise, but it is really mostly a wasteland.Regardless, I think it is a worthwhile facet to life, and I'm glad it's there, but I don't understand all the business interest and press it gets. I've never clicked on a single ad, and the few times I've advertised there I got no action from it at all.
bagoh20:Regardless, I think it is a worthwhile facet to life, and I'm glad it's there, but I don't understand all the business interest and press it gets. I've never clicked on a single ad, and the few times I've advertised there I got no action from it at all.That's odd you should say this. In a great time, I made a bet with a dinner guest, for dinner, and everyone there, that FB would be less than the opening bell 1 year from now for the same reason.It's all in fun, and I can't lose, because I love to entertain. Doesn't look so good for FB, though. When people are really involved in their inter-personal relationships, why would they want to read an ad? Not like TV where someone is programming you to do think/do things.
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