Hey, social media stunt punks: choke on this great news

Let’s hope she gets 20 years in prison and a $10000 fine.
Serves her right.
Let that be a lesson to any of you young punks tempted to pull such a stunt yourselves. 😉

Social media vs. real life

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Currently, I am trying to make friends outside of Facebook while applying the same principles.

So, every day I go along the street and tell a passerby what I have eaten, how I feel, what I have done the night before, and what I will do after.

I give them pictures of my family, my dog and me gardening and spending time in my pool.

..I also listen to their conversations and I tell them I love them.

AND IT WORKS! I already have 3 people following me: 2 police officers and a psychiatrist.

‘Facebook Drug Task Force’ hoax dupes thousands of stoners, giving them a bad, paranoid trip

“Hey man, quit harshing my mellow!” 😉

The idea of a specialized task force designed to monitor Facebook accounts for drug mentions is a terrifying one for the average teen pot-head.

Thus, when it was reported on Monday that Facebook would soon be working with authorities to help “arrest those who buy and sell narcotics while using the online social networking site,” widespread panic ensued online.

According to Gawker, more than 100,000 people shared posts about the impending “Facebook Drug Task Force” within 24 hours of the original report, many of them with warnings for their fellow stoners.

Fortunately for Facebook’s drug buying, selling and loving contingent, the report in question was 100 per cent false.

Published by the satire site National Report (which admittedly bears no indication anywhere that it’s a satirical publication) the article “Facebook Drug Task Force To Begin Monitoring All Messages October 1st” was fabricated in its entirety.