I didn’t watch all of it cos I got a little misty eyed.
Takes me back… Poison, Europe, Quiet Riot, Van Halen, and the list goes on.
How I miss those long haired, eyelined, spandex wearing loons.
Still love ya.
I don’t think I’ll ever have the problem of my parents adding me on facebook. My parents live in an area that’s too isolated for broadband, their phoneline is too unreliable for dial-up, and anything else is too new and scary to them.
One way I avoid the “mom on facebook” scenario is to just not add her. I tell her straight to her face that I won’t be her friend on facebook, and make sure my profile is completely friends’ only, so I know she won’t see something she’s not meant to. Same thing applies to all my family, not just her.
my mom also is on facebook, and since i live in a different country from her it’s the best way for her to catch up with new photos etc..i don’t really get what the problem is sine facebook provides plenty of possibilities to restict certain aspects of your profile thus control who sees what..so if you don’t want your mom to see you in a way she won’t like (and you care about it) just restrict her and stop being an ignorant whino..