Roadfood Facebookers and Twitterers?

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mr chips
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Re:Roadfood Facebookers and Twitterers? 2011/02/19 03:25:40 (permalink)
I'm on facebook and have friended a lot of roadfooders. Anyone interested in friending me that has not done so already can P.M. me here.
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Re:Roadfood Facebookers and Twitterers? 2011/09/26 02:33:18 (permalink)
I finally succumbed to the rest of the known online world.  If you so choose, you can get a(n almost) daily dose of food porn by following me on The Twitter.
 
Currently, I am in both a physical and mental BBQ state of mind.
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Re:Roadfood Facebookers and Twitterers? 2011/09/26 06:05:13 (permalink)
I have been on Facebook for about a year.  Sorta helps me keep up with my friends.
 
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Re:Roadfood Facebookers and Twitterers? 2011/09/26 09:31:56 (permalink)
I guess I don't use Facebook the way it was intended as I don't really post that much on my "wall" or my friends. I did start a group on Facebook called "You might be from Tulare, Ca if you remember this" I was trying to stir up some interest among people from my old hometown where I was born and raised. It worked out pretty well and has over 1600 members. I am also a member on several other pages of a similar vein. Mostly places where I've spent a lot of time like South Florida and Kingsport, TN. I do enjoy Facebook.
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Re:Roadfood Facebookers and Twitterers? 2011/09/26 11:37:34 (permalink)
I've pretty much clamped down my Facebook account, no picture access, nobody can post on my wall, etc. I've found recently that a lot of the people I reconnected with on there, there was a reason we disconnected in the first place. Some people I just don't care to be friends with as an adult. I mostly just keep it in case someone whom I don't see or talk to regularly can get a hold of me easily.
 
Twitter I just don't find useful to me in any way.
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Re:Roadfood Facebookers and Twitterers? 2011/09/26 18:37:47 (permalink)
I do agree to a certain extent with SeamusD post above. I "reconnected" with some previously very close friends and discovered that we now on completely opposite end of the spectrum. Life is too short to deal with that. While they are certainly welcomed to have any views they like I don't need to participate.
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Re:Roadfood Facebookers and Twitterers? 2011/09/26 23:11:59 (permalink)
I've enjoyed facebook. And something quite wonderful happened to my son on facebook.
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Re:Roadfood Facebookers and Twitterers? 2011/09/27 03:22:25 (permalink)
Facebook for President! 
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Re:Roadfood Facebookers and Twitterers? 2011/10/08 11:37:00 (permalink)
Gene's Dogs

...that is pretty funny!

i know i've communcated with my family more since joining FB last spring than in the previous 20 years together.  i am also getting to watch my grand kid in SC grow through pictures.  i can't say i have never met a girl there!  i met one recently who is very nice and lives sort of near me.  we would have never met in person, but since we share some interests our paths crossed on fb.

i just got a friend request the other day from a lady i really liked and worked with close to 10 years ago.  it was fun catching up.

TV is not for me.  Facebook is where i get my morning weather forecast.  the local morning weather guyi on my friends list and posts it early before i sit down with my coffee and toast.  i can see quickly if in need to look into the weather further.

on more than one occasion i knew my sales were going to be low that day, so i posted a plea for customers and people i know on fb came by and bought a dog for lunch! lol

until reading and posting in this thread, i didn't really think about how much i really use it....

Gene,
I totally agree about how great facebook is for keeping up with my family.  My kids,all 4 of them, are on facebook, posting photos,video etc.  Even though we are all in the same general location, Facebook allows me to follow them closely. 
I have also connected with other family.  It is especially great to make contact with cousins that I grew up with.  We reminisce, share what's happening now.  When returning from a visit to my mom, I had lunch with 2 cousins, we already have a date next fall to make apple butter ouside in my great grandmother's copper pot!
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