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Tex:
Don't do it...

outspoken:
YIM!!! Stand strong!!!  Don't do it!!!

I wonder why they would not make it public so that everybody could see it.

B&AShaun:
Quote from: outspoken on December 02, 2011, 08:48:14 AM>>>>YIM!!! Stand strong!!!  Don't do it!!!

I wonder why they would not make it public so that everybody could see it.
<<<<OS, you have to be on Facebook to see it.  If you're not a member of FB, you can't see it.

outspoken:
Quote from: WFShaun on December 02, 2011, 09:13:18 AM>>>>Quote from: outspoken on December 02, 2011, 08:48:14 AM>>>>YIM!!! Stand strong!!!  Don't do it!!!

I wonder why they would not make it public so that everybody could see it.
<<<<OS, you have to be on Facebook to see it.  If you're not a member of FB, you can't see it.
<<<<I'm aware of that.

However, there have been some FB pages that I can see. . . . an example is Doe Belly's.  Prior to their wonderful website (which was created by Warez) they had a FB and I could see without me having a FB page/account/whatever the heck it is called.  So that leads me to believe that there is something that can be done so that those of us who choose not to go with the flow can still see that page. 

I could be wrong though -- are groups different from pages?

B&AShaun:
Quote from: outspoken on December 02, 2011, 10:47:59 AM>>>>Quote from: WFShaun on December 02, 2011, 09:13:18 AM>>>>Quote from: outspoken on December 02, 2011, 08:48:14 AM>>>>YIM!!! Stand strong!!!  Don't do it!!!

I wonder why they would not make it public so that everybody could see it.
<<<<OS, you have to be on Facebook to see it.  If you're not a member of FB, you can't see it.
<<<<I'm aware of that.

However, there have been some FB pages that I can see. . . . an example is Doe Belly's.  Prior to their wonderful website (which was created by Warez) they had a FB and I could see without me having a FB page/account/whatever the heck it is called.  So that leads me to believe that there is something that can be done so that those of us who choose not to go with the flow can still see that page. 

I could be wrong though -- are groups different from pages?
<<<<I guess I don't understand the issue with having a FB page.  It's not much different than participating on this forum except that you reach a larger audience.

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