[Buddha-l] Invitation to connect on LinkedIn

Lidewij Niezink lidewij at gmail.com
Thu Apr 11 14:11:01 MDT 2013

If you can't fight them... rejoin them! ;-)

Linkedin or not, you'll still be my linkedin buddy Abraham... till eternity
and back.

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On 11 April 2013 22:08, Richard Hayes <richard.hayes.unm at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Apr 11, 2013, at 13:55, Lidewij Niezink <lidewij at gmail.com> wrote:
> > How about we get all connected through linkedin then?
> Normally, I would agree with Lidewij—in fact, I think I was at one time
> connected with her on LinkedIn. Then I decided to cancel my account. It
> turns out LinkedIn is like the Cockroach Motel: you can link in, but you
> can't link out. I keep getting invitations to connect to people on
> LinkedIn. At the bottom of the invitations is a link that tells me I can
> stop getting these annoying invitations. I click on the link, and it takes
> me to the LinkedIn log in page. Of course, I can't log in, because I
> cancelled my account. So I am doomed to received unanswerable invitations
> for the rest of eternity. Is that karma, or what?
> Abraham LinkedIn
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