Got Medieval’s Got Facebook

Got Medieval now has its own page on Facebook.  (I’m such a joiner.) Go there and, if you so desire, become a fan of it.  Or poke it.  Or marvel at its lack of status updates.  Hell, I don’t know what the kids today (with their clothes and their shoes) do with their facebooks.  As far as I’m concerned, it’s just a tool through which my friends can force me to look at endless pictures of their damn babies and annoy me by asking me to help them buy a virtual tractor to use in their gang war against some vampires.

But In the Medieval Middle has a Facebook page, and I’ll be damned if I’m going to be less hip than those weirdos.  23 skidoo!

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  • Jeffrey J. Cohen

    This is why In the Middle will be your Facebook troll. We'll tell you where to stick those monkeys of yours alright.

  • Got Medieval

    Hey hey. Eight hours later and Got Medieval's got 100 fans. Just 130,249 more and I'll be able to say "suck it, Randall Munroe."

    Come to think of it, I can already say that anytime I want, what with all of that freedom of speech my country is known for.

    So let me repeat: "suck it, Randall Monroe."

  • Ceirseach

    Well, I have a facebook too. And it was originally for keeping track of some other people whom I was organising a conference with. And also a sister who is notoriously hard to track down. But then random people started friending me. And facebook isn't like a blog, where you can define its purpose for yourself (and therefore justify not linking to other people in your margin, or replying to them). Facebook is for being facebook. You can't say no.

    Oh well.

  • Got Medieval

    That sounds suspiciously atemporal there, Ceir, and you know how I feel about that.

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