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post #16 of 18
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
Thats ok, I'm totally lurking yours... although there is nothing to see.



THATS THE POINT, i totally have a stalker, i needed to make sure no one could lurk me.
post #17 of 18
myspace.com/ericrasmussen

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post #18 of 18
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Originally Posted by Huntsman
Ok, help me out here, Thraco. I'm completely in the center demographic for MySpace and I don't get it. Why would someone who's hit thirty and gone on have a page? Not a criticism, I'm just....puzzled about this whole phenomenon. Perhaps I'm just too privately-minded an individual or something. Heck, I don't even watch the Simpsons so what do I know anyway?

By the way, cool minor!

Regards,
Huntsman

Believe it or not you can find a lot of old friends on myspace types of websites. In fact I am in contact with people from Savannah to California who I previously lost contact with after high school and college and now we contact each other regularly. Some may view it as the tool of the young perv or the elder internet stalker but I see it as a way to connect with old friends and for that purpose it has been great.

That said, here is mine, feel free to add me as an amigo.

http://www.myspace.com/visim
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