Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by htown0721, Sep 26, 2012.
Does anyone else feel like this is the UPS version of facebook?
We were here long before Facebook.
haha never meant any disrespect to the longevity of BC but I feel like the feuds between posters and constant bickering and complaining (I am guilty of this as well) is a little similar to facebook or maybe it is the other way around
Or, maybe it goes from FB to BC to FB to BC, and so on.
Facebook is like a refrigerator door,you open it every 10 min and the same stuff is still there.
And it's different here?
Brown Cafe does have one thing facebook doesn't---we have Stephanie, who is only 2.8 miles away.
Unfortunately, we also have moreluck, who thankfully is 3,000 miles away.
defensive much? it was just a question and what I meant by it was that facebook seems to consume people lives and I feel that happens here on BC, not that it is a bad thing
I mean having stephanie so close.
I don't know about you, but I don't have 'fueds' with people on FB.
There is a lot of smart asses on this board though.
I don't either but on the occasional post so will see two people go back and forth...here that tends to be more common and for some reason Upstate is always at the center of it
Thats because this is his main form of entertainment. I've seen him posting on here at 6am on a Saturday morning. Its bizarre in a sad way.
BrownCafe is my version of Facebook, where I can interact with fellow UPS'ers who can relate to what life is like working for Big Brown.
I have a Facebook page...that my wife and adult daughter set up for me...but I have not checked it in months and I dont want to. I find it is overwhelming to get all sorts of friend requests from people I barely knew and didnt really like 27 years ago in high school. My family and close friends can all send text msgs and pictures to my iphone, so I just dont have a need or desire for facebook.
I find this site highly addictive and I like it.
Yeah, it's called family. I'm sure you don't get along with or see eye-to-eye with every in your own family. So the same is in effect here.
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