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Forget MySpace: Hair Balls Is Now on Facebook!

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Cutting-edge? You bet. While others may scoff, we think this whole "Facebook" thing has a chance to succeed, and we're going all in.

The Houston Press has long had its own FB page, of course. And Hair Balls has been on Twitter for a while. Not to mention that followers of my FB page, such as they are, can keep up with all things Hair Ball-esque there.

But more needs to be done. And we're just the people to do it.

So we're here to introduce the Hair Balls Facebook page in all its glory.

Friend it, like it, poke it, do as you will, but be sure to check it out for updates and discussions on our items, slideshows and whatever else we decide to put up there.

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