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Accolyte

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Facebook or Twitter account


Hi Guys,

I was wondering if we have any Twitter or Facebook account that's dedicated to ELMS and Lesbian movie scenes?

I think it will be a good way to bring the group closer and also for information to be easily accessed by everyone

Thanks



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Many of us are there as individuals, but we're far too lazy (just look how often we update) for something that awesome. ;)

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High Priestess

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I've been meaning to join the Procrastinator's club.....but I keep putting it off.


A Facebook page would be good, tho unlikely to happen.
I don't know if there is enough new material added often enough to warrant a Twitter account, tho.

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This thread reminded me of the favorite shirt that I never got around to buying...

-- Edited by cname on Thursday 31st of March 2011 12:55:58 AM

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I know what you mean.  Just the other day, someone had the gall to call me a procrastinator.  I said, "just you wait..."

 



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Accolyte

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I still think it can work.... If you guys would like... if you would help and support me, i can make a secret group in FB for us.

In that way we can communicate better... what do you guys think?

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The first problem I see is...

"secret" and "FB" being in the same sentence.

If you don't know what I'm referring to, just google "facebook" and "privacy" and any number of combination of terms. Most people have, for example, Mom on their FB contact. I think a forum is probably the best place. Not sure what you'd tweet about in regards to a site that updates once every six weeks. Then again, I can't stand twitter.

Don't get me wrong, feel free to do whatever you like. Keep in mind that when I say that I don't own any copyright permissions associated with this site!

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yonderboy wrote:

Many of us are there as individuals, but we're far too lazy (just look how often we update) for something that awesome. ;)


 Lol, that was my chuckle for today. I frikin hate Facebook. Twitter isn't so bad, but Facebook you have no privacy. I don't know about anyone else, but I refuse to have all my personal info splattered all over the net.



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cname wrote:

This thread reminded me of the favorite shirt that I never got around to buying...

-- Edited by cname on Thursday 31st of March 2011 12:55:58 AM


 That was my second chuckle for the day. You guys got a pretty good sense of humor. I may stick around for a while.



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somerandomperson wrote:
yonderboy wrote:

Many of us are there as individuals, but we're far too lazy (just look how often we update) for something that awesome. ;)


 Lol, that was my chuckle for today. I frikin hate Facebook. Twitter isn't so bad, but Facebook you have no privacy. I don't know about anyone else, but I refuse to have all my personal info splattered all over the net.


 I've never understood that thinking.  Sure, you have no privacy, that's why you *ONLY* put stuff that you don't mind everyone knowing.  It's not like there's a lot more privacy on twitter or anything?  The very, very simple rule that people are FINALLY learning that I've known for a long time is "If you don't want everyone to know, don't put it online".



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Demi-Goddess

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Personally I would not join even if it was on Facebook, it's fine here because there is anonymity, but there...that is far to public. Besides I've become rather fond of staying in one piece, where as on Facebook that might lead to family and friends taking pieces out of my hide! No thanks! ;-p

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