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Hi, This Is A Test For Facebook Integration-ing. Play Along!

Brad, who is awesome, is wearing a Denver Broncos shirt and has a battered and fried green bean hanging out of his nose.I installed this plugin that may or may not automatically post this to my Facebook account. I haven’t figured out how to get it to post to Stay At Home Brad’s Facebook yet, something about a token that I need but don’t concern yourself. I’ll figure that out.

Also you may notice that there is a commenting section below. No, not the one way below but the one directly below the “Related Posts” section. You can comment using your Facebook profile and it might be totally awesome, but I don’t know. For now I’ll leave the regular comment box way below for when you don’t want to use your Facebook or don’t have one or whatever. It’s a little silly to have two different comment boxes but what the hey.

So here is what I would like from you, loyal reader. Please comment using the Facebook comment box and “Like” this using the fancy liker button. This will allow me to see if all this malarkey is working correctly. It would be very nice of you if you do these things. You are, however, under no obligation to do so. I won’t hold it against you if you don’t.

Ok then, I’ll type to you soon I hope. Have a great time till we meet again. Bye!

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6 comments

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  1. Shannon Plagmann Karp

    cool!

    1. Bradley Gordon

      Yeah, it seems pretty nifty.

  2. Jared Smith on Facebook

    WHERE IS IT I CANT SEE IT OH MY GOD

  3. Bradley Gordon on Facebook

    WHAT CAN’T YOU SEE QUESTION MARK

  4. Amanda Gordon

    Your blog is cool.

    1. Bradley Gordon

      You're right, it is the coolest.

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