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PostSubject: FACEBOOK ANGER!!   Sat Oct 03, 2009 2:43 am

Please stop inviting me .. if i wanted you as a friend or i cared about you ...we would not need this concept.
lost friends and family , are not lost ...my partner sent me a request the other day ...WTF ...we have not been apart for more than 3 days in 7yrs .. :roll:
So , to anybody who is out there that knows me that hasnt heard from me in ...i dunno a year ...lets keep it that way .. :lol:
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PostSubject: FACEBOOK ANGER!!   Sat Oct 03, 2009 8:08 am

Nice post M8 I joined face book sometime ago and what a mistake that was I was being contacted by people I didn't know asking me to be their freind :shock:and I always thought that friendship is somethat happens naturaly :roll:it seems not? anyaway after about 6 months of being contacted by BILLY NO MATES I left :lol:sad world we live in
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PostSubject: FACEBOOK ANGER!!   Sat Oct 03, 2009 8:26 am

I think these sites like Face Book all need shutting down if you ask me? they have a lot to answer for I know of 2 couples who have split up because of theses so called social networks, recently on tv they were described as the most dangerous sites in the world [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.] I was also a member some time back until I was asked to meet up with someone I didn't even know so for me these places are just for the wrong sort sorry but that’s how I feel about them

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PostSubject: FACEBOOK ANGER!!   Sat Oct 03, 2009 10:01 am

I have to agree with all of you here if you ask me the likes of face book belong in the Bin from what I know about it, it seems it's just a way for people to me other people to get up to no good I will leave you to work that one out for yourselves [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
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PostSubject: FACEBOOK ANGER!!   Sat Oct 03, 2009 10:22 am

To be honest FB isn't worth a mention on here or anywhere else as said above it should be BINNED [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
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PostSubject: FACEBOOK ANGER!!   Mon Oct 05, 2009 10:56 am

Don't know much about Facebook and don't want to know. The less people know about me the better in my book especially on the internet.
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PostSubject: FACEBOOK ANGER!!   Mon Oct 05, 2009 10:59 am

oldun wrote:
Don't know much about Facebook and don't want to know. The less people know about me the better in my book especially on the internet.

Well said oldun :Congrats: :Congrats: :Congrats:
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PostSubject: Re: FACEBOOK ANGER!!   Thu Feb 10, 2011 9:15 am

Sarah wrote:
oldun wrote:
Don't know much about Facebook and don't want to know. The less people know about me the better in my book especially on the internet.

Well said oldun :Congrats: :Congrats: :Congrats:

Absolutely right, Sarah. I think Facebook is a very dangerous place, especially if you reveal too many details about yourself.
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PostSubject: Re: FACEBOOK ANGER!!   Thu Feb 10, 2011 9:18 am

There is good and bad in all things. Facebook has its place. We have a very large family so ideal for us to keep in touch c and its free g

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PostSubject: Re: FACEBOOK ANGER!!   Thu Feb 10, 2011 9:23 am

tonyb60 wrote:
There is good and bad in all things. Facebook has its place. We have a very large family so ideal for us to keep in touch c and its free g

Hi Tony,

One of the problems was that people would put their address on there and then say when they were going on holiday! A good invitation for thieves. However, I think many have now learnt that lesson!
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PostSubject: Re: FACEBOOK ANGER!!   Thu Feb 10, 2011 11:34 am

That's why there are privacy setting on facebook so that the whole world can't see what you are doing ...it's up to you who sees your information.
Through FB I can keep in touch with friends in Bulgaria and other countries ....and it's free and there is live chat ....great to catch up .
Love to see photos and catch up on news from my friends .

The only thing that bugs me is when people in the same house converse through FB....just turn around you eegits and say it to their faces
If you don't want someone as a friend ...then simple .....don't accept them!

Don't play the games either just not interested......
Just wish it had been my idea to set it up I'd be rolling in the money now s
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PostSubject: Re: FACEBOOK ANGER!!   Sun Feb 13, 2011 8:52 am

I joined Faceback a while back but for a long time never bothered looking at it. This was partly because at one stage they were using those jumbled letter security questions and I can never do those. I have taken more interest lately and it has enabled me to get back in touch with a lot of my old college friends. It seems we will do a reunion this summer which would not have been possible without Facebook. People do need to be careful about contacting strangers though. My own cousin did something very foolhardy. She sent a friend request to someone with the same name as her own brother. This person did not respond and was obviously the wrong chap. Why she didn't just pick up the phone and ask her brother if he's on Facebook is beyond me .

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PostSubject: Re: FACEBOOK ANGER!!   Sun Feb 13, 2011 11:39 am

My daughter went to New Zealand last year and would only put her pics on Facebook for us to see, so reluctantly, we joined Facebook and had the pleasure of seeing all her pics of Oz and also Thailand when she was there with her husband and their two children.

Since then I infrequently have a look on there only to witness what messages we have received, Annette goes on it every day. Messages left by some of our friends to their friends are unbelievable, they all seem to write in this email gobbledegook, as for spelling, it makes me wonder if any of them ever went to school and the swearing . . . well!! It just amazes me the rubbish that some people find interesting to talk about on what is almost a public forum.



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PostSubject: Re: FACEBOOK ANGER!!   Sun Feb 13, 2011 7:35 pm

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Love in digital age offers opportunity, dangers

In today’s fast-paced world there are more ways to communicate than ever - e-mail, text messaging, Face book, Twitter and other types of social media. Relationship experts say such connections can help fuel passion and have already changed the way people date and fall in love. Yet, technology can cause people to fall out of love, too.

Game changer

Digital connections have changed the dating game. As two young, single women from New York City, that's something Olivia Baniuszewicz and Debra Goldstein learned first hand.

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First of all we’re flirting more openly, a lot more often,"
says Baniuszewicz . "
Things like your phone for texting, or even just the Internet on your phone just helping you plan a perfect night out."


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So we decided we needed to figure out the world of texting and we wrote a book about how to navigate through this new love connection,"
says Goldstein.

The two women named their book, "
Flirtexting: How to Text Your Way into His Heart."
During the course of their research, they interviewed dozens of people to find out what they thought about flirt-texting.

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It’s become like a convenient way for people to connect through busy, fast-paced lives,"
says Baniuszewicz. "
Also, it eliminates the shyness factor. It makes us a lot more open to saying things that we normally wouldn’t in person."


Goldstein agrees. "
It’s really cool. If you are in a long distance relationship, for I actually was, it really, really helps to stay connected."


Relationship expert David Coleman, who's known as the Dating Doctor, agrees - to a point.

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Still with things like Skype or I-chat and texting and phones - just all the things that are available - long distance relationships often don’t succeed,"
he says. "
We really miss the other person’s presence. Up to a point, sure, I can see the other person on the screen, they can see me. We can keep a bit of our passion alive, but at some point in time, if we can’t be in each other’s physical presence, the pain of being in a long-distance relationship will finally outweigh the benefits of being in it."


Revolution

Coleman says technology has revolutionized the way people meet and date.

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You can Google someone, you can go on Face book, you can go on LinkedIn, you can go on Twitter, you can find out so much about these people before you even say ‘Hello,’"
he says. "
There should never again be a ‘blind date’, unless someone has completely voided their life of any social media."


That’s why, Coleman says, people should be careful about the image they create for themselves on-line.

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If you go to most of younger women’s websites on Face book, you will see their profiles, they got some provocative things put up there. So you have to be a bit careful of the pictures that you’re putting up. Never ever give people your land address and things like that, because you just don’t know who is reading that profile."


Coleman notes that even the older generations are dating digitally and finding love on-line.

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Many of them are finding their ex-high school sweethearts on Face book or someone they used to date years and years and years ago. And those couples are reconnecting and they are marrying. Now conversely, people are finding past love on Face book and telling their current spouses, ‘I’m so sorry, I thought I’d never find this person again, but Face book brought us back together. We had something special and we want to try to have it again.’ I have a friend who is a lawyer. He says in most of his divorce cases now, Face book is being cited as a reason for that divorce."


Word of caution

Lovers, Coleman warns, should also realize that e-mails and text messages can be a double edged sword.

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Let’s say that I say, ‘I don’t think we should be together any more. I’m breaking up with you,’ and I text that. The person who gets that text message can read that over and over and over again. And the more they read it, the madder they get. That’s what social media has done. And conversely it can be, ‘I love you, I love you, I love you’ and they can go back and read that 50 times, too. So it works both ways."


With that caution in mind, Flirtexting authors Goldstein and Baniuszewicz have come up with some digital love do’s and dont's.

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If somebody sends you a text message, you don’t have to respond back right away,"
says Goldstein. "
In fact, we interviewed a lot of guys and they say that response time says a lot about the girl. Also abbreviations, our motto is 'if you don’t want a date, abbreviate.' So we say, spell your words out. You have the time to create a message that says exactly what you want to say in that space. And just because it’s accessible it doesn’t mean you need to be doing it 24/7. You do not want to get a marathon texting situation."


Baniuszewicz adds,"
Have a healthy balance between everything;
texting, Face book, Twitter. It's a way to enhance a connection throughout the day. You need to use everything in moderation."


And, they add, even though texting is more convenient, writing a love letter, or sending a poem with a card gives a modern relationship a special personal touch that a message on Face book just can’t match.

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