A Facebook Boost for the Secular Student Alliance October 26, 2011

A Facebook Boost for the Secular Student Alliance

The Secular Student Alliance Facebook page is getting a boost today after student leader Kenny Flagg posted this image:

If you don’t already Like them, you should!

And if you were thinking about giving a donation, there’s no better time to do it. SSA member Ron Verstappen is offering a $20,000 matching grant!

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  • Anonymous

    I’d be there in a heartbeat if I weren’t anti-FB.  You’ve got my “like” in spirit, so to speak.

  • Whats the ratio in each group of actual students to “other” people liking it because they support it. My first thought is that I am not a student and should there fore not like it as that would be disingenuous. 

  • Annie

    It’s past 15,000 now…

  • Ron Sly

    r/Toronto

  • Kenny is kinda becoming a big deal isn’t he.

  • @facebook-515237543:disqus ,
    That’s a good point, but I’m sure that the CCC/Cru page has thousands of likes from non-students. I don’t think it’s disingenuous at all.

  • Themiddleme

    Some people might have joined one of those groups simply to heckle members who support them. Those folks skew the numbers.

  • Anonymous

    I closed my Facebook account months ago (now using Google +, the “better Facebook”) but I’ll open it again long enough to vote for SSA!

  • 59 norris

    Clearly college kids are not far removed from high school.

  • 59 Norris

    Apparently, college kids are not that far removed from high school.

    A “like” contest?  Really?

    [rolling eyes]