Bad Atom wrote:As long as you don't make it your life, MySpace and Facebook are okay. In small doses. There are some odd folks on there, though, I have my own personal "Mel".
Corrine wrote:Venus wrote:I'm pretty sure they gave out the password on the FOTC facebook fanpage as one of the 'updates'. All you have to do is 'become a fan' if you aren't already:
http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/Fligh ... rds?ref=ts
I'm not on MySpace either but I suppose MySpace would be more reliable when it comes to presales and announcements.
Well, I went on the facebook page and clicked "become a fan" is something supposed to happen after that? Am I supposed to receive updates or something? I'm still a bit new to facebook, so not sure how all this stuff works.
I like the thought that Jemaine actually goes on myspace, etc., but not sure I want to spend the time creating a page there etc. when otherwise I don't know anyone on there, since all the people I keep in touch with seem to be on facebook. I think someone told me at some point that facebook is the myspace for grownups. (Don't know if that is accurate or not.) I also noticed that there is a blog on the FOTC myspace page. I assume I would need to be a myspace member to read that. Is that something that Jemaine writes?
I love the updates that they did on their old webpage. Too bad they don't have that anymore. It cracked me up when I read it. I assume that's Jemaine writing, right? It is very funny. I love it when he talks about their approach to the website being that they will get into it, then forget about it for a while, then eventually come back to it, etc. It just goes to show they are just like everyone else in the world.
mockingbird wrote:I think it's fun to swoon. It's like we're all at a big slumber party, looking at our old issues of Tiger Beat, lol. It's silly and it's girly and it's even kind of immature but I need that in my life.
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