Just a reminder that if you aren't following Gin and Tacos on Facebook you don't know what you're missing.

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13 Responses to “MISSING IN ACTION”

  1. Greg Says:

    Dammit, it's gems like these that makes me feel the urge to create a Facebook account.

  2. rachel Says:

    Ed, you're doing an awful lot of pithy commenting and shameless self-promotion for a dude on an academic retreat.

  3. Khaled Says:

    The picture of the lady with the truck is priceless.

  4. Freecookies Says:

    Sure. I'm missing Facebook. And will keep missing it :)

    Zuckerberg can take a long walk off a short pier.

  5. April Says:

    Stopped using FB a couple of years ago. Have no intention of ever returning.

  6. Tim H. Says:

    If I don't Facebook, I never have to worry about my employer finding things about me there…

  7. SamH Says:

    I do follow you on the Facebook and saw that when it was new. But then I followed the link from here not knowing what it was and also not aware that my young son hadn't signed out of Facebook. I also followed a link to a You Tube video earlier, also not aware that he was signed in via his Googles. There's really not any point to this story other than that this keeps happening, and I'd post something embarrassing as a status update on his page if I didn't know for a fact that he'd do the exact same to me.

  8. Skipper Says:

    Love the FB comments. Not a big fan of FB, but Inuse it to keep in touch with some far-flung family (some) and old colleagues I want to keep contact with. Consequently, I have only a few "friends" who actually show up in my newsfeed. G&T is worth following.

  9. No One of Consequence Says:

    Ummm. Fuck Facebook? For that matter Twitter too. Why not try an Ello account? Or something else where I am not the product?

    – No One of Consequence

  10. No One of Consequence Says:

    (Forgot to register a bitch about Esquire's Politics section commenting, and the fact that I have to have a FuckedBook account to do so there. FFS, WHY?! Blow me Esquire, I will read Charlie Pierce and *never* click on one of your advertisers' content because of your asinine policy of requiring something like that. Why not Discus, if you want to require something like that?!)

    (steps off his small soapbox and apologizes to the offended)

    – NOoC

  11. SeaTea Says:

    Get off my lawn, you damned kids!

  12. mothra Says:

    Ed, did Facebook send you a little e-mail to goose you to urge people to visit your FB page? Insidious bastards. As far as FB goes, though, I just like to watch, so it's good that I can view all of your postings there, Ed. If I remember…

    No One of Consequence, if it helps at all, I am right there with you.

  13. DES Says:

    No to Facebook. Ever.