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Tomorrow night at 9:30 PM is the event you have all been waiting for – the 2018 Turtleboy Ratchet Madness Selection Show, featuring Uncle Turtleboy and Bret Killoran. We will HOPEFULLY be broadcasting live from Clarence Woods Emerson’s Facebook, so make sure you’re following that page. Because of the new Facebook algorithms, personal pages come up in your feed while business and community pages you’ve chosen to follow are intentionally hidden from you. It completely defeats the purpose of liking any pages. My entire feed used to be big stories from the hundreds of media outlets I chose to follow so I could argue with and troll yahoos in the comments. Now it’s just people in my friend’s list posting about politics and butternut squash ravioli. So there’s way less people to argue with. Not fun.
For instance, when Clarence goes live you’ll see it pop up if you follow him no matter what. If you follow Turtleboy Sports or Turtleboy Sports Forever you’ll have to manually go to those pages, and thus the audience would be smaller.
We say HOPEFULLY because this happened yesterday:
Apparently “wypipo” violates their policies on nudity and sexual activity. And I’m sure a human being employed at Facebook reached that conclusion. Somehow we only got a 24 hour ban for that. Clarence is on automatic 30 day ban because of how many posts he’s had removed. It’s almost like there’s no rhyme or reason to anything at Facebook because the whole operation is a Mickey Mouse clown show run out of a dorm room.
The page will be back on Thursday at around 11 PM, so we should be good to go for the Selection Show. But as you can see if we get another post removed we’ll be suspended for 3 days, which would make it impossible to broadcast the program you’ve all been waiting for. And today this happened:
Once again we had a post removed for nudity and sexual activity. This blog was the one about the mommy pole dancer. Keep in mind, the videos that were allegedly “nudity and sexual activity” are all from this woman’s Facebook page. Ya got that? Her videos can stay up, but our blog about her videos cannot. Makes sense.
If this happens then we will be broadcasting from the Turtleboy Sports Facebook page. However, because of the algos less people will see it. Here’s how you get around that. I’ve liked the Boston Red Sox on Facebook already:
Click on the “following” button and it brings you here:
The default setting for notifications makes us virtually invisible. You can change that by clicking “see first”:
Then we automatically will be the first in your feed. Everyone should be doing this, so if you haven’t then stop what you’re doing and adjust this. This is how we beat Facebook at their own game. Then click on the “Edit Notifications Settings” button and it brings you here:
Click on “standard” and it will further ensure that we come up first:
If you do not see us first after doing this, please contact us and send us screenshots. We are currently working with a California law firm and one of the things in the class action suit is that Facebook is choosing NOT to show people things they chose to see first.
Either way, you can’t stop us, and we’ll see you tomorrow night for the big reveal.