I have had Myspace for about 5 months now.
I have met a lot of people on Myspace. I even reconnected with an old friend that I hadn’t talked to in over 10 years.
Myspace has something for every type of person, book reader, music fan, comedian.
You can check out your horoscope, write a message in your blog, play games, find a new job, chat and even watch cool new videos.
I have to admit, I haven’t utilized all the interesting areas of Myspace.
All I have ever managed to accomplish is making friends, chat and change my layout to what suited my interest for the immediate moment.
I have a lot of people on my Myspace that I don’t know personally, and quite a few that I have never even chatted with.
I was at one time obsessed and addicted to Myspace.
I have slowly over time stopped visiting Myspace as much as I once did.
Over a month ago, I met a girl on Myspace that lives in my Small town Kentucky community, Population, 1500.
I knew who she was because her Grandmother was friends with my Dearly Departed Grandmother.
We had never been friends in person for various reasons.
I thought she was a prep, among other things.
Plus I am 30 and she is 22, so I didn’t think we had anything in common.
After chatting with A online, I realized we share some of the same interests.
We both love to read, both married older men, both have step-kids, love Days of our lives & Passions.
We shared various personal things with each other.
Last week when she asked if I knew her Husbands Ex-Wife, she sent me a link to J’s Myspace Page.
I had seen her at a ball game a couple years ago, but didn’t know her personally.
In the past, I had problems with someone hacking into my Myspace and posting bulletins that I didn’t post.
I changed my password every time this happened.
Evidently someone decided they needed to make J my friend on Myspace.
I don’t know why her, why me?
Now my friend A won’t talk to me because she thinks I want to be friends with J.
I told her that someone had hacked into my Myspace before and done things to my account.
I wanted so much to be friends with A, but I guess it wasn’t meant to be.
I am thinking of deleting my Myspace, because Hackers had to screw with my Myspace Life.
Should I continue to use MySpace at my own risk or Should I find my own Space somewhere else?