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June 29, 2006

It’s not MySpace’s fault

Filed under: common sense, cultural values, education, High School, Socialization — texased @ 3:09 pm

17 year old girl was trying to meet up with a guy in Jordan. Amazing, her father doesn’t seem interested is suing my space?

ABC News: ‘MySpace’ Teen’s Trip Leads to Family Court:

Her father has declined requests from The Associated Press to interview his daughter but says her story should serve as a warning to families not about the dangers of the Internet, but about the importance of good family communication.

The following I thought was even more interesting:

ABC News: ‘MySpace’ Teen’s Trip Leads to Family Court:

The teen is a member of the National Honor Society at Akron-Fairgrove Junior/Senior High School and was an intern at the radio station where her older sister worked. “It was a little shocking,” said Joseph Candela, the school principal and district superintendent. “Katherine is a very good student, an excellent student. … You would have never known it.”

So maybe success in school has little correlation with success in real life?

3 Comments »

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    Last couple of days it seems it wont let me download any song from anywhere.
    Anyone having same bother – or anyone how to sort it?

    Comment by Franklin — December 1, 2006 @ 6:19 am

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