A Quick Diversion:

Been busy for the past couple days… had to call the USPTO to sort out my patent application, still finishing up cleaning my room after like 10 years worth of accumulated junk, and a bunch of other junk as well. But hey, PA! cracked 1000 hits this month, after previously only getting 800-900 hits/month since restarting in November. In fact it’s up to 1100! Yay! Thanks to all of you guys for helping make PA! something again, I owe it all to you! … Well, I mean, I’ve ALWAYS owed it all to all’o’y’all, and this one as well. :D

One other thing I need to do soon, hopefully in this upcoming month, is to take a lot of the information in my daily blog bjournal posts and to add them to their appropriate pages… stuff like the Galarian words from The Isle of Armor DLC and the Pokémon GO skewed stats hypothesis data. Apparently there’s a lot of this data that hasn’t made its way to the pages, so I’ll need to address that too.


The Actual News:

Apparently back in May or something, Facebook unpublished my PA! Facebook page for some reason, claiming I was impersonating someone or some such. Clearly this was an automated error, but Facebook—for some reason—doesn't have a way to directly talk to an actual human being in order actually resolve this error. In any case, I thought the Facebook page was going to be in lockdown for the next few months while I waited for someone to resolve this.

Fortunately, however, even though my previous PA! Facebook page was "unpublished", I was at least able to change certain features, namely its "official URL". So I simply switched it from @pokemonaaah to @pokemonaaah1, and that allowed me to create a new PA! Facebook Page under the previous URL! Yay technicalities! So the technically new PA! Facebook page is back, under @pokemonaaah. Yay!

That said, I still need to actually BUILD the page... stuff like re-adding pictures and titles and whatnot... but in the mean time, feel free to join the group once again. Or for the first time if you never did. :P

Sorry for any inconveniences, but that's life on the modern internet. I'm glad this at least happened while PA! only had like 70 subscribers, versus 70,000.