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Today we deleted 68 Members who had not contributed since they joined and tomorrow we will be deleting more non participaters. (UPDATE July 11, 2010 - 968 members suspended). This is all in the interest of progress. We have had time to get to know people and VIEW their habits and have determined who we want to GO FORWARD WIITH. Now we HAVE TO get down to ONLY 150 MEMBERS. We now just need to hear from you on what do you think.

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Bill you do just great...
Thank you Bill, ii understand.
I love all of this grear network!!!
Thank you for all you are doing!!!

I support You Hassan and The WACPTv Family. I have to prioritize every aspect of my life. I am going to call you and let you know what my plans are for future invovlement with WACPTv.

Y! Big Story: Facebook slap

As if the IPO fumble and lawsuit pile-on weren't a couple black eyes for Facebook, now comes an insult even more wounding: People are just boredwith the social network.

A Reuters/Ipsos poll counted 34% of its users slacking off, compared with six months ago.

The most frequent Facebook users are aged 18 to 34, according to the survey, with 60 percent of that group being daily users. Among people aged 55 years and above, 29 percent said they were daily users. Of the 34 percent spending less time on the social network, their chief reason was that the site was "boring," "not relevant" or "not useful." Privacy concerns ranked third. (June 4, Reuters)

Wait, wouldn't that mean people are bored with their friends? Is it really more IPO letdown? Could the introverts be rebelling? Or is it all of the above? Let's check out the status updates and a few reader comments along the way, and see whether the Facebook beatdown can get any worse (hint: It does).

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