Sorry. I didn't like it for the same reasons I didn't like Friendster. I was getting friend requests from scary people and people I don't talk to for a reason. These sites feel like a really big open bedroom window facing a busy street that is filled with weirdos who want to hang out with me. I don't need any more friends and I'm not in a band and I get enough face time with strangers by working in a bar.
Think about how searchable my name is. I don't even use the full name online because of this. I would also discourage all of you from using it too. I have a crazy ex-girlfriend from high school that stalks me from time to time. It's weird.
I also want to spend less time on the internet and more time on books and looking around. That's one reason I like bowling. You get prolonged periods of time doing one zen-like thing and it's quite rewarding. Try imagining what your life was like before the rampaging internet. What did you do to fill time? How long could you ponder a thought without hitting Google? How's your memory? Remember when you could memorize 30 or 40 phone numbers? I can recall exactly four. Mine, Dad's, work and Dart Bowl.