Freemasonry a bit like Facebook?

Discussion in 'Freemasonry in the Press' started by Glen Cook, Feb 13, 2018.

  1. Glen Cook

    Glen Cook G A Cook Site Benefactor

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  2. SteveH

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    I enjoy my masonic meetings much more than facebook.
     
  3. goomba

    goomba Neo-Antient Site Benefactor

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    Good article. I wouldn't dare post it on the Winding Stairs, Facebook group though oddly enough.
     
  4. Warrior1256

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    Same here. Still an informative article though as well as the additional articles mentioned.
     
  5. LK600

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    well... as least it didn't seam negative. It also gave me possible insight into a specific area.
     
  6. jermy Bell

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    I think not. Facebook is a place of misinformation, fraud, and fake people who has to post every personal aspect of their life. Ours is to keep certain things private and secret.
     
  7. Glen Cook

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    The quote to which I think you refer:

    "Over the years you build up relationships with people," says Michael. "We become friends.

    "One person invites someone in and they generally know each other anyway.

    "It's a bit like Facebook in that way. You will come across people you've met in the past, certainly if you've lived in the area for a number of years.
     
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  8. Warrior1256

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    Not necessarily. I use Facebook to keep up with old friends. I also very much enjoy politics so I exchange views and ideas with my friends.
     

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