Saturday, August 8, 2009


Since I was deleted from Facebook last year, I have been wondering whether it was worth signing-up again. I thought maybe I could keep a low profile, and not be as active in certain circles this time.

I decided not to, that I would just wait until they invented something called Fishbook, and then join up where I was wanted. Alas and alack, technology did not move at the speed I had hoped, and thus I was deprived of the ability to connect with all my friends through the only true social media site, Facebook. (Twitter is for the birds.)

Recently however I made an interesting discovery. I am not allowed to have friends on Facebook, however I am allowed to have fans. Go figure. So I have created a fan page for Sharkbait. Look at me, I'm almost famous. And it's legal as well.

So if you want to be my friend, come along and join the page. Not much happens there, but at least they are friendly waters to swim in.

Sharkbait on Facebook


  1. I am a fan, now!
    Blessings, andrea

  2. Do you think that's because Sharkbait isn't a real first and last name. Perhaps you have to enter it as Shark and Bait in order to have friends. Just an idea.

  3. I was entered as Shark Bait. I had about 200 friends. Then facebook decided to terminate my account without warning one day for "term of use violation." Presumably to protect those people too stupid to know that I wasn't really a fish.

    But while a fish cannot have a facebook profile, he can have a fan page on facebook, which works almost as well.

  4. Well, I am a HUGE fan of yours Sharkbait, but I don't do facebook. But if I ever do, you'll be the first site I'll be a FAN of.

  5. Sherri! You don't facebook? Can I call you a facebook snob?


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