Monday, November 02, 2009

mmmm missing the blogs

it's funny but the real time chat thing on facebook doesn't work. nope. most folks, me included, tend to not use it. and then, we really don't communicate with each other at all. was a time not too long ago when we would 'make the rounds' and say hello to everyone. guess that has gone the way of sitting on the front porch on a summer evening and saying hello to folks. such is the way of the world. :) and technology. whether i like it or not- the internet is constantly changing. the future is facebook not blogger. but i love my little space here in the cybersphere :) it's like a comfy couch at the end of a long day.

hugs to all of my blog buddies- on facebook and not. :)

3 comments:

The Future Was Yesterday said...

["the future is facebook not blogger"]

I have never disagreed with you more than I do now. If what you say is true, then something you've long said is NOT true: Be the change you want to see. Which is it????

Farcebook is nothing but an example of how
WE let our society be dumbed down even more, and you goddamn well know it!!!

Vote Republican from here on out, if you think farcebook is so fucking great, because that shithole is nothing but the pinnacle of of ignorance personified!! How many comments a blog gets only means the owner is an egotist.

It's CONTENT that makes a blog, something farcebook can't fucking spell!!

I still wuv you, but goddamn, you know how to rattle my chain at times!

Now quit it. The baby puked on me five times today, and that's all the shit I need for one day.:)

betmo said...

sorry that the baby chose to upend her daily intake of fiber all over you :) ok- maybe not- hee hee. i only meant that the readership is over there. the only thing i do over there is play the damned games :) i agree with you one hundred percent that writing trumps socializing anyday- but you and i and a few others are in the minority on this one. we will continue to write until they take blogger down- but we will be the only ones reading. and probably the little men with brown shoes- but that's why we blog :)

folks are turning to twitter and facebook. and that's reality.

Robert Rouse said...

Howdy neighbor!