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Damned if you do, Damned if you don’t.  I have never really been a fan of Facebook but somehow found myself knee deep in cyber space stalking old friends, liking things I really don’t care about and generally wasting my valuable time reading useless posts from people I haven’t talked to in 20 years and realistically never will talk to again.


When I cancelled my Facebook the burden was relieved.

I had to go into my old account yesterday to find contact for a friend of mine and she was gone? Humm, I wonder where she went.  I did a little research and while she is still AWOL I visited a few old friends and so much has gone on in the few months I was away.  I also got word that good friends had been in Bellingham but I missed them as they couldn’t contact me as Facebook was a go between for all of us.  Then I stumbled across this picture, it is Mike Anderson building a new boomkin on what would soon become my new boat.


I love this picture because there is no history of The’.  I copied the picture, sent a bunch of emails to friends with my new contact info and went to delete my page again but I couldn’t bring my finger to hit the delete button.  It reminded me of the old Seinfeld episode when George starts smoking to scare off his girlfriend. She protests his smoking and he says “I cant quit now, I’m hooked”.  So here I sit having a love hate relationship with facebook.  Do I stay or do I go.

“This diary is my kief, hashish and opium pipe. This is my drug and my vice.” 
 ~Anais Nin