B.O.C on myspace?

Discussion in 'General Conversation' started by ravenloft420, Apr 5, 2007.

  1. ravenloft420

    ravenloft420 New Member

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    I was just wondering if there was one. might get alot of new members,there are tons of people on there.
     
  2. flatheadchris

    flatheadchris New Member

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    i dont think they have one.would be kinda cool
     

  3. Mark J

    Mark J New Member

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    It probally is cool if you have highspeed access.
    If you have dialup which alot of catfishermen do because we aint city folk I doubt you'll ever go to myspace more then once.

    Like you tube and many websites today they have forgotten the dialup crowd.
    The BOC hasn't.
    Many of our members past, current , and future are and will be dialup users.
     
  4. BIG GEORGE

    BIG GEORGE New Member

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    Well excuse me for livein in a city! Wonder how your country ass would manage up here.
     
  5. teaysvalleyguy

    teaysvalleyguy New Member

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    A Myspace thing would be nice. I dont ever surf it but it is the wildest craze in school. Would be great advertisement for it.
     
  6. Mark J

    Mark J New Member

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    Not too well big G. I lived in the city limits of a hick town for 4 months in my life and even that was too much. I bought out my lease and hauled buggy back to the country where I belonged.

    I cant manage up north. I worked with a guy from Long Island once and the extent of our communication was HUH? He didnt understand a word I said and I didnt understand a word he said.
    but if it makes the Big G feel better I have a cousin that has lived in Jersey for probally 40 years and was in like you public transportation.
    I have another cousin chasing her dreams on Broadway.

    More power to em. I rather enjoy the smell of hog dung in the morning.
    Its a constant reminder of how fortunate I am.:lol:
     
  7. jbarnes17

    jbarnes17 New Member

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    I think part of what Mark is trying to say is that many people who live out in the country or rural areas do not have access to high speed internet. I live in small town of about 1000 and it was not available to us until two years ago and it probably will not be available to folks out in the country for several more years.
     
  8. RamRod

    RamRod New Member

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    Yes but my father lives in the sticks and he uses a satellite for his high speed connection. It's definitely an option!
     
  9. ravenloft420

    ravenloft420 New Member

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    I was just askin a question lol
     
  10. Cheryl

    Cheryl Well-Known Member

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    Well said !!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  11. YellaCat

    YellaCat New Member

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    Would a chicken house count?:wink:
     
  12. buddah

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    I know what you mean Mark J, When the farmers start spraying the fields it can be rather pungent but the smell of Cow Manure always reminds me of home... You city dwellers probably have no idea on earth what I'm talking about.. but it's true! We do however have comcast up here though!
     
  13. CATFISHPAT

    CATFISHPAT New Member

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    Bull Butter,Im country as it get's as most all of my fishin bud's Have a myspace and high speed internet,Us country folk's is smart too yall:dribble: :dribble:
     
  14. WylieCat

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    Dial-up? Hmmm...they still have that? :big_smile:

    My grandma still has a rotary phone, so I guess they can have dial-up. :lol:
     
  15. buddah

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  16. NCCatter

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    I'm with you Mark, I feel very fortunate to live in the country and not have to deal with those city problems. Hog dung in the country is a superb alternative to smog in the "Concrete Jungle." Sure is nice being able to pull out of my driveway and not have to worry about getting into a traffic jam just going to the store. The older I get the more I realize how lucky I have been to be reared not necessarily "in the country," but "far away from the city!"
     
  17. loanwizard

    loanwizard Well-Known Member

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    Mark.... that cousin trying to make it on Broadway... that' not the one you marri... Aww never mind! :embarassed: :eek:oooh: :roll_eyes: :lol:
     
  18. Scott Daw

    Scott Daw New Member

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    I grew up in dairy country and used to play on a farm & moved to the city in 89' when I was 13. It might sound odd, but I actually miss that aroma.
     
  19. Hope

    Hope New Member

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    This is off topic, but if anyone's interested in checking it out...

    we've been online with Wild Blue broadband since Oct. of last year.
    It's been excellent service, I think - as long as you get a good installation, seems to be fairly trouble free. (Which means you gotta stand out there and watch the tech set it up - make sure it gets grounded, etc.)

    Coming from years of dial-up with no other option available, the connection speed is awesome with broadband... and it's available anywhere - in fact, it's designed for rural areas.

    Just a thought :smile2:
     
  20. BIG GEORGE

    BIG GEORGE New Member

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    It may be a bit too far advanced for Mark the country boy. But then again he knows everything.