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Re: Bullionstacker on Facebook!

Postby Purple and Gold » Sun Jan 15, 2012

louisianagold wrote:
Purple and Gold wrote:i do alot of business on FB,,not on my Fb page but through a PM B/S/T Group that I started for my local area, it has gotten really big, really fast. :P
I also started a B/S/T Guns and Ammo/Sporting goods group page also..making alot of sales and trades there too :)


Gimme the Page!


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Re: Bullionstacker on Facebook!

Postby rahbii » Sun Jan 15, 2012

Silver Addict wrote:I don't know, letting all your friends know you stack gold and silver?



most of my fb friends think bullion is just something to flavor soup with.
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Re: Bullionstacker on Facebook!

Postby TXBullion » Sun Jan 15, 2012

rahbii wrote:
Silver Addict wrote:I don't know, letting all your friends know you stack gold and silver?



most of my fb friends think bullion is just something to flavor soup with.


I thought thats what we were doing , no? :oops:

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Re: Bullionstacker on Facebook!

Postby rahbii » Sun Jan 15, 2012

truth is...you can do alot more with it. :lol:
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Re: Bullionstacker on Facebook!

Postby The Bonehead » Sun Jan 15, 2012

I deleted my facebook account permanently. No need to have one.
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Re: Bullionstacker on Facebook!

Postby Tomsawyer801 » Mon Jan 16, 2012

For those of you who are still blissfully unaware of this devil medium known as Facebook, here is a timelime of how this works for married guys:

Facebook is discovered
Account is established
Wife begins reaching out to friends and family
Wife begins to update status regularly, "Feeling Great Today...hello everybody!"
Wife begins posting cute pictures of family for all to treasure
Wife gets bored with talking to same people all of the time, begins looking to expand 'Friends' base
Wife begins looking up people that she has no business looking up
Wife finds ex wife's Facebook page
Things are going well with ex wife, according to ex wife's Facebook page
Wife discovers that wife and ex wife have 'mutual' friend
Either wife or ex wife makes comment to 'mutual' friend about the others percieved success which is reflected on their "Doing Great" status posts
Mutual friend relays said comment, which is of course, percieved to be a 'slight' of some sort
Wife and ex wife begin posting open comments about each other on 'mutual' friends Facebook page.
Wife and ex wife begin posting open comments about each other on each other's Facebook page.
All heck breaks loose and husband begins to be held accountable for everything he's ever done wrong, including breathing.
Wife and husband agree that Facebook might not be right option for them, and account is deleted.
Wife, in a curiousity move about keeping up with original group of 'Friends and Family' establishes Facebook account for family dog.
Dumb move - Ex wife knows family dog's name and is watching for this one.
All heck breaks loose and husband begins to be held accountable for everything he's ever done wrong, including breathing.
Wife and husband agree that Facebook might not be right option for them again, and account is deleted.
Wife just can't resist and establishes Facebook account under pseudonym.
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Ex Girlfriend from high school figures out that pseudonym is actually wife.
Laptop is tossed out of window by husband.


That's pretty much it in a nutshell.
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Re: Bullionstacker on Facebook!

Postby Induz » Mon Jan 16, 2012

^^^^^^

Hope you are just being foresighted and have it all figured out and this was not by experience :lol:
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Re: Bullionstacker on Facebook!

Postby Tomsawyer801 » Mon Jan 16, 2012

Of course that was foresight!...

:roll: :roll:

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Bullionstacker on Facebook!

Postby Justfishin » Mon Jan 16, 2012

Tomsawyer801 wrote:Of course that was foresight!...

:roll: :roll:

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:



FACEBOOK IS THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL---- :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil:
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Re: Bullionstacker on Facebook!

Postby skylersfriend » Mon Jan 16, 2012

BuffaloBonehead wrote:I deleted my facebook account permanently. No need to have one.

It was my understanding that Facebook accounts were like zombies.. Not even nuclear weapons can wipe it out completely...... :shock: :shock:
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Re: Bullionstacker on Facebook!

Postby The Bonehead » Tue Jan 17, 2012

Not correct. You can deactivate your account, which keeps everything intact but invisible to everybody. A deactivated account is immediately reactivated as soon as you log back in. You can delete your account which wipes everything out (except maybe things you have posted on the walls of others, not sure), but there is a 14 day waiting period. If you log back in within the 14 days of the delete "request" then you have to start the process over again.

I started by not logging in except once a week, then I moved to deactivating my account for months at a time. After I realized that I wasn't being left out of any social circles or anything, I decided to make the final jump and delete everything entirely. I also decided to delete the phone numbers of all of those girls I haven't talked to in over a year. :lol: It's therapeutic.
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Re: Bullionstacker on Facebook!

Postby spincity » Tue Jan 17, 2012

Facebook? ARRRRRGGHHHH, and people complain about Paypal! I thought we were trying to keep this on the down low beings how long it took me to get an account approval here.
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Re: Bullionstacker on Facebook!

Postby InfleXion » Thu Jan 19, 2012

I can't like this place on FB. My fake identity there and my alias here must remain separate! I haven't even logged in there for over a week. I guess I am overdue on the Bejeweled Blitz scoreboard.

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Re: Bullionstacker on Facebook!

Postby Silver Addict » Wed Feb 01, 2012

3G's, I think it was a big phat phlop :oops: :lol:

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Re: Bullionstacker on Facebook!

Postby hkut7835 » Wed Feb 01, 2012

Silver Addict wrote:3G's, I think it was a big phat phlop :oops: :lol:


21 likes, and 1 person talked about it. :lol:
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Re: Bullionstacker on Facebook!

Postby Silver Addict » Wed Feb 01, 2012

I bet 3G's was the one talking about it :lol:

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Re: Bullionstacker on Facebook!

Postby Purple and Gold » Wed Feb 01, 2012

FB filed papers today to be able to go public with ownership with an IPO soon,,they estimate the value of FB to be over 100 BILLION $ :shock: ..bigger than Mcdonalds.
Also Fb wants to be the "to go" place for everything in the future..some places already require you to be a Fb member to be able to use their services
I have never posted my Picture, picture of PMs or any info about me at all on FB, infact i gave all bogus info to FB after my daughter convinced me to join,,and I only use it to drum up a little business and for networking in other areas besides PM's,,its just another form of Craigs list for me 8-)
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Re: Bullionstacker on Facebook!

Postby Silver Addict » Wed Feb 01, 2012

They said on Fox today that it will create 1000 millionaires, and maybe save CA :lol:

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Re: Bullionstacker on Facebook!

Postby Silver Spike » Wed Feb 01, 2012

Facebook is a virus. I am not a member.

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Re: Bullionstacker on Facebook!

Postby bowandarrows » Thu Feb 02, 2012

I must have missed this thread. 3Gs, I will like it but with my fake facebook id :lol: :lol:

Silver Addict wrote:They said on Fox today that it will create 1000 millionaires, and maybe save CA :lol:


Actually, its the news of the town everywhere here. The real thing is it would take 3-4months to list and another 6months for the peasants to exercise their stock options, we are talking about almost end of the year. If FB can sustain their advertisement, $100B is not too far out of valuation. Its got 800million users whose data it can sell, information is not cheap :lol: :lol:

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For the rest of us, Facebook's impact on the state's budget, which has a projected $9.2 billion revenue gap through mid-2013, may be the broadest example of the Zuckerberg dividend.
State officials recently declared they will need to adjust revenue projections upward for the 2012-13 fiscal year because of "the Facebook Effect."


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