Wednesday, May 31, 2017

When will Facebook and/or Google get it together on categories of groups/pages?

When will these Goliaths of social media get it together when it comes to categorizing groups and or group pages. Example, our MC's page/group is listed under motorcycle repair, on Facebook, why can't they just create a category called Motorcycle clubs or Motorcycle organization? Or on our Hellbilly Truckers group/page, its listed under truck repair, since there is no category called trucker trade or truck enthusiasts organization. 
Of course these giants have no real phone number to contact them to get the thing right, so why can't they just creating new listings or categories? I have never seen such a disregard to upgrading or updating things in my life, should there not be someone working at either these companies that should be reconsidering these minor points? 
While I and the Knytes/WolfPack would never claim or say we don't make mistakes, or are so purrfect that our poop don't stink, still with just now shy of half a million members a combination of our two main organizations, they being the Iron Knytes Association and the AyreWolvez Military Aviation Association, with all our subsidiaries, from the Hellbilly Truckers Association, to our MC the Knytes-of-Dixie, as of the last census taken at our Memorial Day run, the Knytes hit 350,000 members across the UCSA as well as Canada and now Australia. The thing is truly KNYTE FEVER. This from that tiny little bunch that met for breakfast one Saturday morning in 1982 at the then Polish Palace aka now known as the Snake River Grill, in Hazzard Idaho, with 10 rural, rebel gearheads, Jimmy MacDonald was elected President, Rick Lemmons Vice President, Ron Adams Treasurer, Allen Culbertson Junior Sgt at Arms, Venessa Wood Secretary, and myself as Executive Commanding Officer, a title I still hold today. The then Hazzard County Knytes received its state charter on May 1982 and was made official on November 23rd 1982. Too bad my Mom who invested some $800,000.00 into the organization can't now see what she helped to make happen. Mom died on March 3rd 1983. With the aid of Skip Ward Association Producer of the hit TV show the Dukes-of-Hazzard and the support of Gy and the rest of the crews and cast of the Dukes, the Hazzard County Knytes grew substantially over ten years to become the authority on anything Hazzard County. The title Hazzard County Knytes remained the handle that lit the candle until October 2008, when through divine inspiration the name was swapped out to be the Knytes-of-Anarchy, with some disapproval by a slight majority in 2013 the Knytes-of-Anarchy was changed to the Knytes-of-Dixie and remains the motorcycle club sub, and in June 2016 the parent organization became the Iron Knytes Association, which is how it stands today. Yet with all the growth and financial stability, the Knytes's cash stash remains although tight, but still strong, despite Obamanomics, and now Trumponomics. In short and cutting to the rock here, if we can get it together, why the hell can't these Goliaths of web social media firms like Facebook, and/or Google get it together and offer a more wider choice of categories for the groups/pages that the host on their sites? More over why not allow the inclusion of a option of allowing organizations to select their own category? 
See you on cyber radio, on at 18:00 that's 6:00PM for you none military folks.

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