This place has got nothing on Pies n' Thighs. The food is really salty, your limited in what you can get with your order, and the music is just too fucking loud for a restaurant.
This is such a through listing of the borough but you really neglected to check out and mention anything in Prospect Heights/Crown Heights, where there is so much happening right now. I hope to see this updated soon.
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I would normally agree with the other comments on this board. Or I'd simply stop reading the kind of postings those comments referred to. But with this series - Game of thrones - it's so densely packed with so many characters that I actually appreciate the depth of the recaps that Kristin Iversen writes.
I just make sure that I don't read them before I watch the actual episode.
Aha G+ https://plus.google.com/112318243272356101…
facebook? did I miss something?
Where's the shared Google calendar with this stuff??
I never got a facebook site because I don't want to spend my free time in front of a screen. I tried myspace a bit late and found it slow, difficult and not worth the effort, as well as creepy and disrespectful with advertising.
I expected facebook would be about the same and haven't learned anything to the contrary. People who like to follow internet fads enjoy the next new thing, but I like real contact with actual people and physically doing things. Anyone who wants me to have facebook, or twitter, or whatever the next fad is, can set it up and maintain it for me because I'm not doing it.
BTW, facebook might be trying to get a monopoly on internet discussion. There are some news and blog sites where the only way to post is with facebook. I was so disappointed when ChicagoNow became this way! I had really enjoyed that site. Luckily this trend doesn't seem to be taking off - so far.
where do you RSVP for these concerts?
"Welcome to the Machine . . . Where have you been? It's alright we know where you've been . . . What did you dream? It's alright we told you what to dream." I recommend a close reading of E.M Forster's "The Machine Stops" to all Facebook subscribers. The end of close, meaningful personal relationships is nigh.
facebook is boring and has too many ads. Your profile is scrutinized by the government and advertisers, whether you like it or not. The settings are confusing, and the security is minimal.
Worst of all, there is NO CHOICE but to delete your profile once you 'Disagree' to their terms.
facebook makes billions of dollars off of YOU and your info, and offers little or nothing in return.
What's your point. Facebook was always that way, which Is why I never really even log in.
I guess I see Facebook different than most people. It is an integral communication device in my life. I use it more than than phone calls and just as much if not more-so than texting or email. Where did this idea come from that Facebook is supposed to entertain you? My cell phone doesn't do tricks. I'm not going to throw it away. I have a phone number, an email adress, and a facebook page, and I see no need to have anything else. Everyone keeps telling me they're switching to instagram or twitter, which are to me just separate, but admittedly in some cases streamlined, ways of doing the same things I already can do. But, I do not want to fragment my social contacts, I want to simplify. I look at my Facebook news feed and besides the ads, I don't see anything I don't want to see. And if there is something I don't want I remove it. Facebook doesn't read your mind. And if everyone starts using instagram, guess what? Your parents are just going to start using that too, and then you're on to the next newer thing. No one stopped using phones because too many people had them.
I highly dislike reading about people downing Facebook. Calling it boring, over crowded, and no longer "cool". The advise he got from his social media expert friend is spot on. People who are tired of Facebook are lazy with it. Take a few minutes to tweak your settings and make it worth your time. If you do not want to take some time to make it better, then stay off and stop complaining.
There are 1.1 Billion people on Facebook, so if there are a few million people tired of it, then be tired of it. It's not our fault you have moved on, so please stop making it seem like Facebook is bad. Just admit you lost interest and move on.
PS. Twitter only has 5.7 Million users. And Twitter is completely different than Facebook, so it tough to sell Twitter as an alternative to Facebook.
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