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Jul 23rd
04:11 pm
Some more from yesterday  
More pics from yesterday with Amanda, Burr, a fluffy dog, and a Willy Wonka-esque bad ass boat.

^i presume they are supposed to be on the boat, but it is kind of hard to tell.


is it too much to ask for some zac sailing pictures? please :) :) :)
Mood: busybusy
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butterflybee260butterflybee260 on July 24th, 2009 12:28 am (UTC)

Okay its downright terrifying when full grown adults are doing that.

Dylan's is private now? Sad, he was hilarious. And he looks so much like Zac now! I think he'll grow up to be very cute. I never figured out which one of the Stella ones was real, didn't really care, but I was shocked at the amount posers. Like really, that's pathetic.

I don't think Twitter will try to rat out all the poser accounts, there are just too many of them. I think the best way is word of mouth. Kathryn on zefron.com just did another notice saying Zac doesn't have any online accounts anywhere.

If he did do anything online, I'd love for him to do a blog, because the Cosmogirl ones were hella funny. But I don't think he ever will sadly.
hunny miss (aka lets fead him to the gators)ehs_wildcats on July 24th, 2009 12:40 am (UTC)
i know, i love his cosmogirl blogs. they are quite funny.

well what fb does about famous names is not allow people to sign up with them AT ALL. the celebrity/their rep has to contact facebook with proof of identity to create a facebook account under a famous name. any names slip through will be frozen and warned then deleted if insufficient proof of identity is provided. this is what twitter should do.

twitter has, if not a legal, a moral responsibility to protect their uses, especially in a medium driven by youth involvement. and their current verified account service is far too passive.
butterflybee260butterflybee260 on July 24th, 2009 01:06 am (UTC)

Oh interesting, I didn't know Facebook did that.

I think that as Twitter grows, its still a very young site/company, it will develop better policies when it comes to celebs and such. I like the Facebook policies and hopefully Twitter will install something like that sooner rather than later.