Are you on Facebook?


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Ancient Hippy Profile
Ancient Hippy answered

Nope. I have no personal presence on any social media.

Stormy-Lynn Calvert Profile

Nope, I don't really care for social media. Sometimes it seems to create more problems than it solves.

Karen aka Bailey's Mom Profile

Yes, I am. :)

Matt Radiance Profile
Matt Radiance answered


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Matt Radiance
Matt Radiance commented
I see! Aye!! :)) What's the first one ?
Jaimie  JT
Jaimie JT commented
Ticket !!! Cos the more you say it the weirder it sounds :) do it ! Ticket ticket ticket ticket ticket ticket tick- et tick .. It :)
Matt Radiance
Matt Radiance commented
Awww that sounds really nice! i guess i can use this tune and Dance in the kitchen with it! ;p
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Tick ,Tick ket ket ,Ticket, Tick ket ket , Tick, Ticket ket ,Ticket Ticket ket ket! LOL :)
Barb Cala Profile
Barb Cala answered

I used to be .. But closed my account years ago.  I think it can be a good social networking tool .. But mostly, it's too invasive and people spend way too much of their lives depending on it.  I guess I'm more old school and don't see the need to post every detail of my life for all to see.

PJ Stein Profile
PJ Stein answered

Yep. I have friends and family spread around not only the country, but the world, and it is an easy way to keep up with them, especially with the time zone differences.

Danae Hitch Profile
Danae Hitch answered

Yes I am on Facebook. Lately, I get on there about once or twice a week. I have a lot of relatives that are scattered all over that I keep in touch with and former co-workers that I am friends with. It's a good way to keep in touch.

Saying that, I have two 2nd cousins that have lost both of their parents so now it's just the two of them. One is 23 years old and her brother is 16. A year ago, they lost their dad to liver failure.

The headstone was recently finished and put at the gravesite. My cousin's brothers, sister and parents called the cemetery to complain that the headstone was put in backwards and posted a pix of the headstone on FB.

His kids disagreed - they deliberately chose the way the headstone was facing and wanted this to remain as they had chosen. A FB disagreement was now in force.

I agreed with the kids - it was their father they had buried. If it gave them comfort to have it a certain way, I felt their wishes should be honored. It was enough that they buried their mother just three years ago.

Instead of going to the kids and talking to them face-to-face, it spilled over on FB. Hard feelings all around. I don't know how it turned out but hope the kids got what they wanted. I cannot imagine being 16 years old and having neither parent.

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Danae Hitch
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I know. The kids were hurting big time and this controversy didn't help.

When my father died 28 days after my son was born, his adult sisters came to his house the day of the funeral while all of his kids were there - just being quiet after the service and trying to compose ourselves.

They swooped in and started taking things back that they had given him - going through closets, etc. It was so upsetting that we literally couldn't say anything. When kids are hurting when they lose a parent, this is absolutely the worst time to do battle over something that really doesn't matter.

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