You guys rock. Can someone put this on a t-shirt? (From this post on MNSpeak. See also.)
P.S.: Gavin totally reminded me. Add me.
Does it make me a loser that I limit my “friends” list on MySpace and Friendster to people I’ve, uhm, actually met?
(Although I might have to make an exception for you, Matt, that is if you ever threw me some MySpace or Friendster love.)
T-shirts? I’m on it.
on any social network i only have people i actually know (in some capacity; maybe i haven’t met them, but we’ve communicated in some way more than “hey you like that one band, be my friend”)on my list.
I guess i don’t have much interest in meeting random people who as far as i know, i will never meet, have nothing in common with and i probably wouldn’t be interested in them even if we did meet.
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