On Saturday, I popped by MSNBC to discuss the young-ambition epic The Social Network with anchor Alex Witt, a conversation that many people felt compelled to turn off their computers and phones to watch.
I described Facebook as the place where you share such important factoids as your ongoing lust for potato leek soup and your sudden need for a new batch of carpet cleaner.
I also said I’m hooked on it like candy.
And I talked about the movie’s content and whether or not you should confirm it as a friend.
After that, we went on to discuss the 50th anniversary of that prehistoric cartoon sitcom The Flintstones, but I yabba-dabba-don’t have video of that, so you’ll just have to take my word for it while imagining all the hilarious things I must have said about Ann Margrock and Stony Curtis!