I set up a Facebook account last year in part because it was fun and in part because I knew it would be a great way to stay in touch with friends once we left. I encouraged my sister to set up a page too. So, I got a friendly ration recently from her for abandoning Facebook. I liked Facebook -- Facebook didn't like me. Here's what happened. When I changed our email address, which is more daunting than changing your blood type, I attempted to set up Brenna's Facebook account and mine with the same email. DON'T DO IT! I had heard something about it not working, but it just seemed so dumb not to be able to have more than one account per email. That's what different passwords are for... right? I thought I'd at least try it and when it didn't work I could say, "well that's dumb, but at least I tried." Who's dumb now? I changed my account over to the new address. No problem. Changed Brenna's -- the new email and different password. No problem. I'm thinking, "there you go, this is as it should be." I tried to log back into my page to post an update that would have been something like, "Bob Redpath is enjoying a beautiful spring day and wanted to let everyone know he has a new email and can't wait to spend more time with you all on Facebook." Instead, I saw this window... I tried to log in under my old email again. Same window. I logged into Brenna's account and ALL traces of the former me are gone! It's like the CIA came in and erased me. Photo tags, groups, friends -- GONE. I woke up the next morning and my fingertips were sore. I think someone was trying to erase my fingerprints too. Don't mess with the Facebook.