A friend of mine who swore she would never join Facebook joined last week. In doing so, she left four people in the United States who have yet to join: me, my parents, and TV’s David Schwab. Below is a file photo of Dave. In this photo Dave is enjoying a Dilly Bar from Dairy Queen. I’m really glad that Dave isn’t on Facebook because
it affords me the opportunity to use this picture and I also enjoy talking to Dave about not being on Facebook. Some days we spend hours talking about not being on Facebook. My parents, on the other hand, don’t know what Facebook is. I prefer they not find out about it either. I don’t think I could stand the thought of my parents getting a computer, internet, and joining Facebook. Also, I’m sure my parents aren’t subjected the ridicule that I am faced with where Facebook is concerned. When people I know find out that I’m not on Facebook, they look at me differently. After the initial shock, they then spend fifteen minutes trying to convert me. It’s not that I have any specific problems with Facebook, it’s just that I don’t think I could limit myself to an appropriate amount of time on Facebook. So, for the near future, this blog will serve as my Facebook and my Twitter. And the "Final Four," Dave, my parents and I will stand strong and undivided.