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  • Beware! If you leave your profile up on my computer, then....

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    7 posts, 7 voices, 1090 views, started Aug 17, 2010

    Posted on Tuesday, August 17, 2010 by Tamra

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      I made the world a better place today.

      Under my direction, a son told his mother that he appreciated her.  How did I get him to do this?

      Simple, really.  

      Early this morning, as I drank my coffee, trying to pry open my eyes by gazing upon what my friends shared with the world overnight via facebook, I became very confused.   So I drank my coffee a little faster.  It seemed nothing I read was even remotely related to something my friends might be saying.  Most of the remarks addressed lyrics to a favorite rap song, or how tired they were from football practice last night.

      Then it dawned on me.  I was logged in as the beasty, burly, starting Center from the local high school football team.  And then, I remembered, he had visited my son last evening in our home.

      So, I thought, here’s my chance to do a little investigative work.  I danced all over facebook, reading what other macho football players were saying, and checking out what their female friends were sharing.

      But best of all, I took the opportunity to do a little role playing.  Since the starting Center’s mom is a good friend of mine, I thought I should help her see what a good boy her son has grown to be.  Unbeknownst to him, he told his mom, along with all her facebook friends, that he thought she was the best mom ever.  And, with my help, he commented that he realized she worked very hard, so he was willing to lend her a hand by doing laundry, cooking and cleaning whenever she needed help.  How nice of him!

      Hopefully, he has learned that it’s important to be very careful when working on any computer other than his own.  Maybe next time, he’ll take a sec to log out before someone steals his identity ... again.

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