Oh, I have so been there, and I walk a fine line. Unfortunately, if you’re trying to build a pnsoeosifral’ reputation online, you have to be careful about what you say and do because it may someday come back to bite you in the butt. That’s why I like having anonymous or pen names to post under. That way you can speak what you want without revealing your true pnsoeosifral’ identity. Once we become famous, we can say what we want, but in that delicate stage when we’re creating our pnsoeosifral platforms, I think it’s a good idea to think twice sometimes. Remember, agents, publishers and employers sometimes check you out on social networking sites before they say yes . Just be careful that what they find will not hinder your chances for success. Remember, on FB, you can limit your posts to a certain audience. You can also open up a controversial topic and not comment once you see the posts going nuts. That way you’re viewed as a facilitator for debate, not an instigator for negativity. Love the owl, Limebirdwriters! I needed that today..