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25 October 2001 @ 01:43 pm
That'll teach me to RTFM. I just wandering over to sfgoth to see if there was anything about Bound tonight, and discovered that being a member of a group doesn't just mean that you can post to it occasionally, it means you automatically show up on the friends list. which means that my babblings about birds and tv have been showing up amid the people with much gothier lives than I. I'm so mortified, despite that particular post actually being appropriate.
Current Mood: embarrassedembarrassed
ex_lucianus799 on October 25th, 2001 06:44 pm (UTC)
Now, the question is: how often do people read friends pages that aren't their own?

I'm probably not going to make a habit of reading the sfgoth friends page, myself. Forty-nine members of varying activity makes for some serious tracking. Actually, it never occurred to me, until now, but it'd be a fine way of occasionally burning a few hours. I did made the mistake, once, of reading a few pages of paidmembers friends' -- and that's mostly random schmucks -- but wound up finding an interesting person that I'm *not* adding to my friends list cos I want to be just that incognito....

Oh, and don't forget to include sfgoth as a friend, if you're so inclined.