Local introverts announce formation of Knoxville Anti-Social Media Association


Unable to communicate with folks on a one-to-one basis, Bjorn Knoxley and Brehd Patchley, the owners of Knoxpatch, are relatively pleased to announce the formation of the Knoxville Anti-Social Media Association (KASM).

“The idea came to me while standing alone in the corner of the beer garden at Crown & Goose during the recent Knoxville Social Media Association meeting,” explains Brehd. “I simply wasn’t interested in talking to anyone, but I certainly love typing at them. I don’t know why we need to go outside anyway, when we can share rumors and use any personality we want from the comfort of our own laptops.”

With two competing social media organizations in Knoxville, the other being Social Media Club Knoxville, KASM may find it difficult to find enough outcasts for involvement. Not being deterred, a heavy schedule of events haven’t been planned. According to Brehd, “Despite everyone’s incessant urge to be social, we’ve decided not to hold meetings on the first and third Thursday of each month at Prince Deli. If nobody shows up for these, we may not hold morning meetings at Starbucks as well.”