Facebook has informed me that I have been “invited” to “like” lots of various pages that friends of mine either run, participate in, or just like.
In fact, about 49 of them.
I’m going to go through them now and list them here. Maybe by seeing what my friends have asked me to like, you’ll learn more about my friends, therefore learning more about me.
A CSz friend of mine has moved to Chicago and participates in CSz things up there. I’ve never seen it, but I know my friend’s work, and I’m sure it’s awesome.
A college friend of mine who co-founded NibMor chocolate.
A podcast by a CSz friend from Los Angeles and a friend of his.
A podcast by a local CSz friend, often featuring other CSz friends.
A jewelry line represented by a former employee of mine.
The fake boyband that was the star of the “live sitcom” BOYBAND! I was in one episode.
I don’t think I saw this before just now. It’s described as a live-action cartoon about the imagination, creative problem-solving, and collaboration. This is another former CSz-Indy friend, who is one of the dearest, sweetest people in the history of the world.
A local place for performances and exhibitions.
Exactly what it says. Armory rental options for the military. I’m honestly not sure why I was invited to like it. I don’t dislike it or anything… just… huh.
“The Burnside Writers Collective is an online magazine for Christians looking for a connection with the world outside of franchise Christianity.” A church friend and an old college friend write for them.
The creators of BOYBAND! and other live-action sitcoms.
“A group dedicated to saving the world from apocalypses (apocali?), currently working on diverting the collision of Earth and Nibiru (Planet X) on the 21st of December, 2012.”
What is this I don’t even… I was apparently invited to this by a ComedySportz friend from Germany.
A photographer that I don’t think I’ve ever heard of. Unless this is actually my friend Michelle. I have no idea if she’s the photographer or not. She likes the page and so does her dad. Hmm.
A band that a ComedySportz friend is in.
A friend’s photography business in Northwest Indiana.
A ComedySportz friend from California shows off her art here.
A protest site having to do with a singer who wasn’t going to pay her backup band. I don’t know all the details and decided I wasn’t interested enough to find out.
A local site dedicated to Christian arts.
Long-form improv in Buffalo, NY. I performed with them once.
An urban growers resource center. Six of my seven friends who like it are ComedySportz people; the last is a church friend.
An online sketch comedy group featuring a couple ComedySportz Indy friends.
Longform improv in Manchester, England.
A site for breast cancer awareness etc, featuring motorcycle “poker runs.” I don’t remember ever seeing this invitation.
More of an event than a page, and it happened in September 2012 for a local charity. Whoops.
A TV show I know nothing about, but that I think a friend of mine is working on. I’d better check IMDB. (Update: found nothing. Huh.)
Art page for a ComedySportz Portland friend.
…I’m not sure. It says “Professional Services.” I don’t think I know this person, but she knows a lot of people I know.
A pilot in-the-works for a kid’s show. I think a CSz friend of mine is working on it.
A repertory theatre.
A “live sitcom” from Defiance Comedy.
The easiest way to manage your team online. Seriously. Run by some friends of mine.
Sketch comedy in Provo, UT.
Jewelry by a friend of mine who worked at ComedySportz Indy and now lives up north.
An “umbrella” NPO for two Baroque music organizations in Indy.
An art studio in Bloomington, connected to a guy I met about twice.
I’m not even sure, but it has to do with Tara DiFrancisco, one of the funniest women on the planet.
Despite the fact that he uses the name “T-Bone,” my friend Troy is an excellent wedding DJ.
A “Three Dollar Bill” show that I missed.
An art studio in Bloomington, also connected to the same guy I met about twice.
A band that may or may not involve a friend of mine. If it does, I should like it.
A friend of mine who, obviously, coaches toward audition success.
From a former ComedySportz Indy guy. I’ve never heard his music. Hmm.
As seen on Portlandia and ComedySportz Portland. This guy’s funny!
IP Law from a former CSz owner.
An online friend of mine that I re-met online. Turns out she’s a psychic for hire.
A construction site for an old high school friend.
A theatre — I think in NYC.
A high-school friend who was one of the best musicians I knew.
Another high-school friend who, at the time, was an average musician — but is now a pretty awesome singer-songwriter.