Father shoots teen’s laptop after ‘disrespectful’ Facebook post
This happened a month ago.. and I somehow missed it, and didn’t “hear anyone talking” until just now.
Video goes viral on YouTube
A video of an angry American father pumping nine slugs from a handgun into his daughter’s laptop has gone viral on YouTube and sparked an impassioned online debate over his parenting skills.
Watch the video below, then continue on to the story.
“Tommy Jordan, of North Carolina, explains in the video, which he titled “Facebook Parenting: for the troubled teen,” that he was upset by a Facebook post by his 15-year-old daughter in which she complained about her parents.
“This is for my daughter, Hannah, and more importantly for all her friends on Facebook who thought her little rebellious post was cute,” Read more..
What I thought was interesting was the daughter thought her Settings choices would keep her writings private…
On the Internet…
Maybe she thought she could just “delete” it if she every changed her mind about it, too.. (No. You cannot “delete” things from the Internet. And if there’s a chance you might not want others to see it? Don’t post it.)
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Related reading: Here’s Why I Do Not Do Facebook…
“Thought I would throw this article out there from MSNBC – The Redtape Chronicles , titled: Govt. agencies, colleges demand applicants’ Facebook passwords If you think privacy settings on your Facebook and Twitter accounts guarantee future employers or schools can’t see your private posts, guess again. Employers and colleges find the treasure-trove of personal information” […] Read more..
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Not related: A Windows veteran looks at Win8 Consumer Preview
By Woody Leonhard
“If you download and install Windows 8 Consumer Preview, released late last week, I can almost guarantee that you won’t like it.
I know only a handful of experienced Windows users (who don’t work for or with Microsoft) who say they like Windows 8. But it’s the future, eh?” Read more..
(Maybe the best read on Windows 8 I’ve seen so far..)
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Today’s quote: “Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.” ~ Dr. Seuss
Gotta run. I do hope to get back here.. but if I don’t, I hope you have a great day!
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