Facebook is Killing this Blog

March 13, 2009 at 9:20 am (Uncategorized)

Sorry for lack of posts.  Will try to update good and proper once spring break starts.


  1. yoko said,

    Facebook is killing everyone’s blogs. Even mine, and I’m not even on Facebook.

  2. Quiconque said,

    I guess now’s as good a time as any to figure out that rss feed stuff. Never know when someone’s gonna write an entry anymore.

  3. Eve L. Incarnata said,

    I hate Facebook. Seriously. Old friends who told me they don’t spend any time online, and don’t have time to write, are now poking me and sending me cyberdrinks. I’m seriously considering deleting my account again.

  4. ashyknees said,

    I find that I still blog because there are things I want to share with the world under a fake name. My facebook profile is linked to promotional stuff I do for work.

    I don’t understand the poke.

  5. yoko said,

    I don’t understand the poking either.

    I just had a long-lost friend from college contact me, through a mutual friend who’s on Facebook. So, I can understand the value of this kind of contact. But it’s still not enough for me to join.

    Qui– do you mean figuring out RSS feed readers? (Did we have this conversation before?) Let me know if you need help with this.

  6. Mama Ass said,

    Do you use Google Reader? That’s how I follow blogs.

  7. TragicCrusade said,

    Not to be an ass or picayune but ahem hasnt spring break for our favorite AnthroRockStar Long done gone?

    Hmm all your fans are so wanting…


    Nuttin but luv and broken english for ya.

  8. Quiconque said,

    TC, this is my blog. If you want to control a blog, you can get your own.

  9. TragicCrusade said,

    We whole these truths to be self evident…

    When the Queen of our blog fails to nourish the people, its not just our natural right but our duty to rise up for some good natured ribbing!

    OMFG its in like the constitution or Magna Carta or Something!

    Blake Lively said give you a hard time

  10. Quiconque said,

    Clearly, Blake isn’t living up to her potential if you are spending your time on this blog rather than with her.

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