The joy of Facebook

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Tweefo (October 04, 2019, 07:16:02 AM):
I run a page on FB about stargazing from my home town. FB send a message to the effect that if I were to add more categories to my site it would come up in more searches. I tried to add 'astronomy'. As one starts typing, it gives you suggestions of what categories are available. At the Astr stage, there are only two possibilities left. 'Astrologist and Psychic' and 'Astrologist'. :'(
brianvds (October 05, 2019, 05:57:56 AM):
I run a page on FB about stargazing from my home town. FB send a message to the effect that if I were to add more categories to my site it would come up in more searches. I tried to add 'astronomy'. As one starts typing, it gives you suggestions of what categories are available. At the Astr stage, there are only two possibilities left. 'Astrologist and Psychic' and 'Astrologist'. :'(

I thought it's "astrologer" rather than "astrologist." But I see my spell check accepts both. Perhaps you should advertise as astrologist, but only ever talk about star gazing. And if they ever ask for a prediction, you say "well, in four billion years we're going to get fried by the sun."

I have always found it funny: the people most fervent about their star signs cannot identify a single constellation at night. I once tried to show a lady of my acquaintance where her star sign, Leo, is. She couldn't see it, and asked whether it might be more visible if we used a telescope. My life might have been easier if I had more faces and palms.
brianvds (December 31, 2019, 09:53:45 AM):
Die antie se ouma was blykbaar 'n hoender...

brianvds (March 14, 2020, 09:14:44 AM):


Yup, that's the way to go: Let's try magic instead of science. It'll work like, um, a charm...
Faerie (March 15, 2020, 14:32:46 PM):
I think even Joshua's dust is stirring in an attempt to roll over wherever he was entombed.

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