"Are we prepared to promote conditions in which the living contact with God can be reestablished? For our lives today have become godless to the point of complete vacuity. God is no longer with us in the conscious sense of the word. He is denied, ignored, excluded from every claim to have a part in our daily life." - Alfred Delp, S.J.

Friday, January 14, 2011

I Blame the Parents: Girls Busted For Phony Facebook Pages



Especially the moms...
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JANUARY 13--Two Florida girls are facing cyberstalking charges for allegedly creating a fake Facebook profile in the name of a fellow high school student and placing obscene photos on the page, including one showing their classmate’s head atop the body of a “nude prepubescent girl’s body,” according to investigators.

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When deputies with the Lee County Sheriff’s Office last month interviewed one of the suspects, Taylor Wynn, 16, she admitted creating two fake Facebook pages “as a joke because she thought it would be funny.” Wynn said she was once friends with the unnamed victim, “but they do not like each other now.” - Read more here.
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I always blame the parents.  Mums and dadums, they are your kids... you raised them... and you did not do a good job, did you.
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Photo:  What?

6 comments:

  1. You betcha!

    After all these years, and kids still don't think about the consequences of their actions - they must think that putting something on Facebook is as anonymous as scribbling graffiti in a bathroom stall.

    Idiots - kids and parents alike.

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  2. I usually label these kind of posts under - "I can't believe that God gave you the gift of parenthood"

    Everyone has finally became what they've desired.. A hollywood star, with facebook photos that look flashy, trashy, and hip. I'm saddened by the photos of my childrens classmates. So very sad.

    So much to pray for - so little time.
    (I suspect parents are too busy with their own facebook profiles to pay much attention to their childrens BUT for goodness sake we're are talking about one or maybe two kids to supervise!)

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  3. In most cases, yes. but not all. I've seen the hardship/heartbreak an evil seed can cause to good parents.

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  4. Tubbs is right, I know a pair of saintly parents who have a demon for a daughter..

    God had the same trouble with Adam and Eve in the garden. Good parent - bad children.

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  5. .... what adds to the sadness of this cultural story are some of the posted comments and their train of thought.

    Submitted by MultiCultist on Fri, 2011-01-14 06:14.
    This is just the logical conclusion of a society ...

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  6. tibbs and belinda you are right of course - bad things happen to good families. But with the breakdown of family life, the dissolution of marriages, live in boyfriends, and just letting kids do what they want - and no religion too... As John Lennon said, Imagine.

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