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What's your favorite website?

Asked by Josh Board

June 10, 2009

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Michael Donovan

From Winterhaven (Michael Donovan)

I go to a few different ones for news. I go to SignonSanDiego, SDReader, and SanDiegoNewsNetwork.com. I’ll hit Rotten Tomatoes to see what the latest movies are getting in the ratings and read what critics are saying about those films.

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Trish Donnelly

From La Mesa (Waitress)

My favorites might sound weird or not very interesting. I go to Everyday Edisons. When the show was here in San Diego, I made it on. I didn’t reach the final cut, though. I go to Edison Nation, and like most people, I go to Craigslist. I like the free section. Oh, and I go to Tiger Gaming. They have a station for free games. I play poker. You can win 10 cents. It’s fun. I’m just an old fogy.

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Susie Gray

From Crest (Waitress)

I don’t go to many. There’s really only two. I go to GTM. It’s a site that has coupons for various stores. I go there for the coupons to see what I can save money on. I also check the Nordstrom’s site for the shoe sales. Oh, and I go to our site...D.Z. Akin’s.

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Jimmy Suess

From Serra Mesa (Contractor)

I am on eBay daily. I buy and sell stupid stuff. Everything you think is junk, I can sell. Anything you think is worth a lot, probably isn’t. You can’t imagine the stuff you can sell. The best deal I ever got was an old, rusty bike for $5. It was worth $1000. I also visit a site called fuckmylife.com. It’s funny.

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Skylar Eppler

From Bay Park (Manager)

I go to a site called WhyPeopleareFat.com. It’s the best. They have all these weird things you can make. There’s a BLT with grilled cheese. They have lots of meat products. There’s a McNuggetini, which is a martini that has a chicken nugget as a garnish. I probably check out that site once a month. But I just had a baby, so I also go to BabyCenter.com. It shows me where the baby should be at certain points. So now I know that at five weeks, the baby notices their toes and smiles at you.

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Shawn Khair

From Serra Mesa (Sales)

I go to a lot of the sites that everyone does. Stuff like Facebook and YouTube. That’s the bomb. Everyone uses it. I also visit EbaumsWorld. It’s a site that has funny jokes and videos. I’ve been going there for a long time. Then I got tired of it, but now I go back and check out the things they have up.

Comments

magicsfive June 11, 2009 @ 7:01 a.m.

sdreader and myspace. duh. oh and megadeth.com, youtube, rotten (for the boners), stickdeath.com - hilarious. a couple others i probably shouldn't mention here. but classmates, facebook and twitter all blow. hard.

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MsGrant June 13, 2009 @ 9:39 a.m.

The Reader, of course. I had a facebook account and cancelled it because I got porned. I opened a link from one of my "friends" and it sent porn to every friend I have, including my mother. My phone starting ringing, everyone leaving messages "why are you sending me porn?!?". Bluefly for clothes. Bizarro.

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magicsfive June 13, 2009 @ 9:52 a.m.

omg MsG...how awful... that never happened to me on facebook but i tell you all everyone on face book does is take ridiculous meaningless surveys and senseless quizzes. i couldn't stand it. also it appears that you can't really cancel your account, only disable it. GRRR...

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David Dodd June 13, 2009 @ 10:16 a.m.

I've never had a Myspace account nor a Facebook. I never saw the point. I don't use Twitter either. It seems that tweeting is sort of an excuse to not write. I've had a LiveJournal account since they started that website, but I had to lock all of my journal entries because some people refuse to be adults. Sorry to hear about your unfortunate porn encounter, Ms. Grant. The wonderful interaction on the internet comes with a price, I reckon.

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SDaniels June 13, 2009 @ 3:38 p.m.

I don't find that everyone just takes senseless quizzes and surveys on FB, as you've commented a few times, magics. In fact, I don't think anyone has at all presented me with such a thing.

I set up a FB page a year ago, just to keep in the mix with a young relative living out of state, and she reminded me very recently to start paying attention to it. It has been a great way to reconnect with a couple of old friends, and people tag each other to write a top ten list of books, etc. I also like reading updates on people's travels and seeing their photos. It is also fun to wake up and see a New Yorker's comments on weather for that day, or what the coffee tasted like at a Brooklyn cafe...

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