So it seems more and more people are using Facebook as a medium for staying in touch with those close to them...
Why don't we do the same with Model T Enthusiasts... Here's the dedicated group I set up for everyone to enjoy...
Of course you'll need a Facebook account to join, but it's worth it!
See you there!
Thanks for the post Mitch. Unfortunately I do not do Facebook.
No spacebook here either. When they wanted a cell phone number, I binned the member app.
just joined. thanks
Facebook have had its own ModelT club for som time now:
I don't Facebook,I don't text,if I want to contact someone I use the phone.At our house we still eat Radio Dinners as I haven't upgraded to TV Dinners yet.
PS Ron Patterson once said I was probably the last one in the world to get a computer.He is probably right!
I gave facebook a try. It was like getting spam all over again. When I forgot my old password and needed to get a new one, they deleted everything I had on my page. That was enough to make me say goodbye.
Love your Myfacebook T page. I'll be checking it out . Mark
Don, I like your style. I have never had cable TV and in fact, didn't own a TV for almost 15 years by choice from about 1995 to 2005.
I used a rotary dial phone from the 1940s as my home phone until about 10 years ago. Again by choice.
I have however, been computing since the 70s...grin..
You can tell I went to public school. That should read "...for almost 10 years..."
Just can't resist:
From the movie The Jerk, Steve Martin plays Navin R Johnson
Navin R. Johnson: The new phone book's here! The new phone book's here!
Harry Hartounian: Boy, I wish I could get that excited about nothing.
Navin R. Johnson: Nothing? Are you kidding? Page 73 - Johnson, Navin R.! I'm somebody now! Millions of people look at this book everyday! This is the kind of spontaneous publicity - your name in print - that makes people. I'm in print! Things are going to start happening to me now
I tried Facebook too.
A few of the guys on this forum got me to go on as a Facebook friend, or what ever they call it.
I did not like Facebook and got a lot of spam type stuff. Then friends started getting their emails hi-jacked because of it.
haven't used it in years.
I did try to find a friend about three years ago.
When I couldn't find him I googled is music professional daughter and then found her on Facebook.
Oh, she said her Dad had died.
Never would have known that without Facebook, well, I suppose I could have written a letter to the company she works/plays for.
I find it handy for keeping up with some of the family. Occasionally I also find something entertaining there.
Ok Steve, you posted that last year. Have you not found anything entertaining on Facebook since? grin...
No those dogs are his friends and family on that website.
I just requested to join. Thanks for putting it together.
It has it's goods & bads. The bads usually result in not reading the directions so to speak.
Misdirection is the key, to an extent, of a "pleasant" FB experience. Different, free e-mail address. Stuff like that so you can be found by people you want & ignore those you don't. It can be done but not if you jump in blind as most do.
OK, here's a more recent one.
I wish somebody would invent something to keep the sun out of my eyes.
Those dog pictures beat heck out of Frank's grinning pig picture.
I always laugh when I see the methlab.
Can somebody, anybody, tell me why some guys wear their caps backwards?
One year the entire Canadian Olympic team wore English type driving caps backwards.
HAHAHAHAHAH! Ok, that works, Steve. haha!
Thanks for the offer but, I can't stand Facebook.
Aaron, this is no joke - I once saw a younger guy wearing his HARDHAT backwards on a roadside construction site. He was one of the flaggers. I cracked up.