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  • Facebook Again

    Posted by Jonathan on January 25th, 2012 (All posts by )

    [Bumped. I need 12 more likes. Many thanks to everyone who already clicked my button, if you will.]

    Having cooled off after my last attempt to set up a FB page I have reactivated my account (because nothing is ever forgotten at Facebook) and am ready to give it another go. If you have a FB account I’d be grateful if you could click my Like button. I need 25 likes so that I can change my URL.

    Thanks again.

     

    UPDATE: If the like box doesn’t appear here, please click here to visit my page.

    UPDATE 2: Mission accomplished. Thanks to all who clicked.

     

    8 Responses to “Facebook Again”

    1. Robert Schwartz Says:

      I went to this page and cliked like. I hope it is the right page.

    2. Robert Schwartz Says:

      Oops. This page:

      http://www.facebook.com/pages/Jonathan-Gewirtz/367235809958261

    3. Jonathan Says:

      Thanks. A button is supposed to appear in my post here but I don’t know if that feature is working.

    4. Dan from Madison Says:

      Done – you need to change the link in the original post.

    5. Dan from Madison Says:

      Alternately, you could create a bunch of fake facebook profiles and like yourself, all you need is to keep creating fake email addresses (use hotmail or gmail), create the fake people and then cancel them. Not that I condone such a practice, just sayin’.

    6. Jonathan Says:

      That sounds like a lot of work.

    7. Dan from Madison Says:

      Ah, the button is fixed. Good deal.

    8. Allen Says:

      The Like button worked for me. You are at 25.

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