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    Now that is a SERIOUS facebook addiction..

    Man Arrested after forgetting to log out of facebook account during a robbery

    http://gizmodo.com/5361976/thief-nab...during-robbery
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    Miss_Scarlett is offline Oh, come on, you don't think I'm gonna fall for that old trick?
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    Quote Originally Posted by phylliyum View Post
    Man Arrested after forgetting to log out of facebook account during a robbery

    http://gizmodo.com/5361976/thief-nab...during-robbery
    With most of the youth today being so computer oriented, you would think no one could be this moronic! Just my opinion of course.

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    Oh, yes; they walk among us.

    My stepdad is a licensed, professional gunsmith who makes custom rifles. One of the guys he works with runs a booth at our local gun shows and took one of Dad's rifles up there to sell it.

    Well, one of my son's acquaintances stole the rifle (a felony) and was dumb enough to post about committing the crime in great detail on his MySpace page.

    It didn't take long for the detectives to catch up with him. He's now looking at 15 years and a $250,000 fine. :haha:

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    Miss_Scarlett is offline Oh, come on, you don't think I'm gonna fall for that old trick?
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    I am pretty stunned at what young people post online and that they seem to think no one will ever see it!

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    LOL. I love the post from the Police. We'll be seeing this soon on an episode of World's Dumbest Criminals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss_Scarlett View Post
    I am pretty stunned at what young people post online and that they seem to think no one will ever see it!
    If this burglar is like most teens, he probably had his cell phone number right there on his home page. It suprises me too what some of the younger people put out there~ and lots of photos too. Even with their "page" set to private, many invite everyone and their brother in. I would have thought since this is technology they're used to, the younger set would be more careful.

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    They just don't make criminals like they used to...