Sherry wrote:I'll just say it annoys me somewhat still that their most updated webspace is that craphole of a site. Not everyone wants to have an account there nor do they like to visit it. I so wish and hope they will actually start doing something with their actual site in the future so ALL fans can visit and read without having to have an account for certain things.
Corrine wrote:I had never heard of the Flaming Lips until it was mentioned in this thread. I assumed they were a new band from the South Pacific. But, NO turns out they are an band from Oklahoma, that has been around for some time. I think I vaguely remember one of their songs from the early '90's. Sometimes I feel so out of it on these things. I'm learning a lot at this site.
I don't care for any of them either so MySpace is no worse than anything else. The only reason I have an account is that I thought that I needed one in order to view certain things on the FOTC page. And the only cool thing to come of it is that I asked Jemaine if we could see a particular pic from Radio City and then voila it appeared so it was nice to feel like I wasn't talking into a void. Most comments there seem to be of the come to my state/country variety as well as you're awesome and spam. Not to mention the cringe worthy -good morning guys hope you are having a great day type stuff as well as the please read my email etc. I'm constantly amazed by the fact that J bothers to look at this stuff.mockingbird wrote:I'm actually not crazy about any of the social networking sites. It's just this weird thing I have, I never got into it. Facebook annoys me as well. I don't do Twitter. Although I do love the way other people keep up with Twitter and then tell me what happened, lol.
DangerMouse wrote: I just thought they went that route instead of their 'official' page because it might be easier to ignore spam and what not.
songbird wrote:I'm totally not into the MySpace thing either. The only time I ever check the FOTC page is so that I can watch Amoeba. Other than that I really just don't see the point in spending too much time there.
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