I’ve never been this addicted to a website. But since my friend Avi invited me to Facebook, I feel as though I’m having a second childhood. I’m always too thrilled to check out my account. Truth of the matter is, I was able to get my work done in a short span of time yesterday. You know why? So I could log in to my Facebook to face all the challenges, quizzes and games that await me.
In no time at all, I found myself inviting all the people in my contact list to join Facebook, too. All of them! There are certain games that require you to invite friends before you can see the result of your efforts that’s why I was left with no choice but to bombard their inbox with invitations. Of course, coated with an enticing message so they won’t say no to me.
I just checked my Facebook account a few minutes ago and guess what, from being a vampire I turned myself into a slayer. See, the games get exciting every time!
It also serves as an avenue for book and movie reviews. So far, I’ve reviewed two books and one movie. I’m a huge Anne Rice fan so I opted to review her book “Lasher” but before that, I was inspired to write something about Mitch Albom’s “The Five People You Meet In Heaven.” Last weekend, I got engrossed in the 1999 Al Pacino flick, “The Insider” so I thought of sharing a few things about the movie.