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woberto Report This Comment
Date: August 05, 2016 05:52AM

robert reynolds Report This Comment
Date: August 05, 2016 07:39AM

Yes, and I'm sure her parents would laugh at that pic too..........
Facebook's such a life destroyer
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: August 05, 2016 08:07AM

"People" are their own best life destroyers, FB just acts as a facilitator smiling
robert reynolds Report This Comment
Date: August 05, 2016 08:42AM

Ahh yes, thank you for your philosophy Kim.
Just one question though, wasn't it "people" who created facebook and cameras and the internet?

Welcome to the Hotel California - you check out any time but you can never leave. So true.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: August 06, 2016 06:33AM

But it is people who post every little facet of their lives on FB as though their lives are interesting to others.
robert reynolds Report This Comment
Date: August 06, 2016 10:40AM

What's worse? Finding a pic of your teenage daughter chucking a spread on facebook (a social network) for the world to see
or discovering that she is a porn star on Facial Abuse? (A rough sex website)
There is no difference. It all ends up at the same uncontrolled place -The Internet.
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: August 06, 2016 11:44AM

No matter how one chooses to couch it, it's still all comes down to a matter of individual choice.

If a chic in a mini skirt chooses to plop a heel behind her head in a bar/club should she be surprised someone might capture that image, which could then lead to it being posted somewhere or even in multiple places on the 'net? Only if she's been livin under a rock for the last 10+ years.

Similarly, if a chic decides to make some quick cash, whether as a one off deal or in hopes of becoming the next internet pron phenom, that's still a choice.

The idea that either scenario leads to the events being plastered wall to wall across the web should come as a surprise to no one with a few brain cells kickin around upstairs, but ... had there never been a choice made to become involved in either of the above scenarios (and the myriad of other stupid shit people do that winds up on the web), it could never have wound up there at all.

Attempting to deny ones actions and choices have consequences only plays well to the concept of victim hood. Reality dictates it all leads back to those choices, plain and simple winking
woberto Report This Comment
Date: August 06, 2016 06:37PM

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06/08/2016 06:38PM by woberto.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: August 07, 2016 06:41AM

The advent of instant pictures beginning with Polaroid and continuing through digital cameras and phones of today make for instant gratification and the internet creates a forum for becoming famous, even if only in one's mind. People want to feel that they are bigger or more important than the little section of the world they live in. They judge their live by the amount of followers they can generate not the amount of real friends they may have.
robert reynolds Report This Comment
Date: August 07, 2016 07:36AM

Points well taken gentlemen, thanks
but Woberto, you're just being a clown.....

Where's the like button on 613?
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: August 08, 2016 06:46AM

I guess in short younger people today need a lot of validation. That is a need I never understood, I wasn't raised that way. Right or wrong I was raised to be independent and not need any friends or their validation. I have friends but can survive perfectly well without any and alone. My kids were raised the same way but they also need validation from the internet and I don't know why they feel the need for it.
robert reynolds Report This Comment
Date: August 12, 2016 03:43AM

Jgoin I'm guessing if your kids weren't exposed to others dysfunctions etc
they wouldn't feel a need to be doing the same things as them.
That's one thing that has not changed over the years.
You have all sorts of peer pressures in teen groups, from drinking alcohol to cigs, dope and harder drugs
right thru to car theft, rape, robbery or something that starts out as harmless as a selfie with their clothes on till
someone put the mental blackmail on them to post selfies with no clothes on and it only gets worse from there.

However, the peer pressure can come from whoever's closest to them in the neighborhood
not just from schools or other groups. It's like that old saying of "keeping up with the Jones's"
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: August 13, 2016 07:09AM

Which is why I never had any "friends" only associates. I never cared what the "Jones"" have so keeping up with them is not an issue.