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Man Finds Long-Lost Son, Ex-Wife via Facebook

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by cpvr, Jul 21, 2012.

  1. This is some really good news and I thought I'd share it as well for those that are interested.
    Source: http://mashable.com/2012/07/20/man-finds-long-lost-son-ex-wife-via-facebook/

    It's always nice to come in touch with your family members again. What does everyone think about this story? Isn't it so wonderful?:D
     
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  2. I couldn't imagine being separated from my family.
     
  3. Finally a good story today! lol
     
  4. If you come across anymore good ones, post them up as well. I only see them on Twitter, FB, or MSN.:style
    @AjaxAjax Facebook is my favorite social networking site because I can communicate with my family that lives in Africa, and see pictures of my family members out in MA.
     
    #4 cpvr, Jul 21, 2012
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  5. Yep, I keep in contact with friends I'm meet that are not from here as well.
     
    #5 Ajax, Jul 21, 2012
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  6. It's a great thing. I'm surprised that many people weren't using Myspace when it was popular. I know I can see what my family members are up to all the time. I have a large family and everyone is spread out in various states, and a country. So, its just crazy, but I still manage. I just wish we all were closer and not so far from one another. Like, the other day I found out my baby cousin had a baby, and I had no idea until I saw his mom[my aunt] post pictures of her and the baby. So, that was shocking to me because we all usually tell one another about news like that, but its all good. At least I know now that he has a baby.
     
  7. Yea MySpace didn't become popular with that... Yea I didn't even know my friend had another baby, and we live in the same city, so I know different states and stuff are way worse. I hadn't even seen my aunt in almost 4 yrs.
     
  8. You're as bad as me on that front. I haven't seen my family in MA for about 3-4 years. The last time I went out there, my daughter wasn't even a year old yet. Now she's 4.
    I hate how time flies when you're having fun(lol!).
     
  9. I've seen stuff like this before on Jeremy Kyle, its really funny cause he doesn't know what facebook is.

    Guest: I poked him
    Jeremy: What? What do you mean you poked him?
    Guest: There's a button on facebook that lets you poke people.

    I can't find the video, but this ones pretty funny:
    [video=youtube;2ZXrzgXnOE8]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZXrzgXnOE8[/video]
     
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  10. Lol true it does!
     
  11. Ya, and this story is so amazing because they're going to get re-married and everything else. It's so surprising that neither one of them has moved on over the years.
     

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