Thursday, August 11, 2011

Now You Can Really Like Us

Posted By on Thu, Aug 11, 2011 at 3:00 PM

If you couldn't get quite enough of your favorite Tucson Weekly writers, you can now "like" some of us on Facebook individually.

Now, while you will have to push a button that says "like" and for at least a few seconds before you go and hit the delete button, your friends will see that you did so, you don't have to actually be a fan of any of us to find this new development useful. Before when you had something hurtful to say about one of us, you had to broadcast it out into the generality of the Weekly's page. Maybe Jim Nintzel wouldn't read it, maybe I would wonder briefly if you were calling me a moron or someone else. Now you can go directly to the source and tell us exactly what you think of us and occasionally our mother's dating habits from the convenience of Facebook! How exciting!

Of course, you might actually think we're interesting people and you'd like to hear more from us. "Liking" us individually would work for that too.

Like away! Now we'll know who's the most popular!

Jimmy Boegle

Mari Herreras
Jim Nintzel
Linda Ray
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