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The Juventus Offside moves into the 21st Century

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Going social is the equivalent of getting sweet chrome rims on your 1988 Oldmobile Cutlass Ciera. Nice touch, but it's still the same old crap underneath. And everyone's doing it.

I recently joined Twitter about 2 months ago or so, and I have to say, it's not as useless as I expected. Not as useless as in it's not quite the Miley Cyrus section of the internet I thought, but a decent time-waster nonetheless. And as I slowly push into the more fashionable social networks, I say hey, why not bring the Juventus Offside, kicking and screaming, along with me? So should you care to, you can below the find the social links for myself and the Juventus Offside. Next week: Myspace!

Myself on Facebook
Myself on Twitter
The Juventus Offside on Facebook
The Juventus Offside on Twitter

You'll note the Juventus Offside ones are currently empty. Of course, I created them this evening. But have no fear, content will arrive, just as soon as I figure what the hell we're gonna start adding on there. It takes a bit longer to create something brilliant than destroy it (just ask Mr. Blanc and Secco) so patience is appreciated!

Roberto is unavailable for social networking as he is, in fact, a spy in the Canadian CSIS (CIA of Canadia) and he has a hard time accessing Facebook/Twitter from his tin-foil encrusted Afghanistanian cave. You should all be thankful enough that he posts here, he has to do it via Morse code.

SEMPRE JUVE!!