A local Minibar in Texas found itself in the middle of a domestic violence controversy after an employee thought it would be funny to share a joke about domestic violence.
An employee of the bar posted a sign outside the bar that read, “I like my beer like I like my violence: domestic.”
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Had it not been for an Austin resident sharing a picture of the disturbing sign on Facebook and Instagram, we may have never known about the sign, but one did… and the post grabbed national attention.
I walked by the sign on Friday night, and my first response was just anger
I currently am a volunteer at the women’s shelter in Austin, so my sensitivity is extra high, but I think my reaction would have been the same regardless. Not only was it offensive, but it was also just bad humor.
Minibar removed the sign the following morning and fired the employee responsible for posting the sign. They also posted another sign to correct the situation. Continue Reading…
Facebook has been known to tear apart many marriages and relationships but at least one of your ‘online friends’ is hoping that it will keep his relationship together.
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Ivan Lewis posted the photo above on his facebook timeline after he was caught cheating on his wife. Apparently Lewis’ wife, Sonya Gore, says that if he gets 10,000 likes on his humiliating picture, she might just forgive his indiscretions.
So far, Lewis has only accumulated a little over 3,000 ‘Likes’ but if you think his lil social media experiment is a ‘fail,’ think of it this way… Lewis can get his wife back in a few days AND a ton of new “friends’ to cheat with. A win/win for all!
Check out what some of Lewis’ facebook ‘friends’ are saying about his facebook stunts & shows… Continue Reading…
Facebook isn’t just for students anymore, it’s an equal opportunity social networking site. But Facebook for inmates? Whoodathunkit?!?!
It’s against prison rules, but several inmates within the Oklahoma corrections system are (or have been) active on the popular social network.
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It was revealed over the weekend that nearly three dozen inmates have been disciplined since January 2012 for engaging with ‘friends’ online and it was also reported that at least three dozen more inmates are still online, but undetected by prison officials.
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Typically, inmates who are caught lose their good-behavior credits, but that minor punishment pales in comparison to the online praise they receive for showing off their jailhouse physiques. Did you know that there are convicted murderers, armed robbers and even child molesters serving time in jail while ‘friending’ you online?
While you may know most of the people on your friends list personally, I’m sure there are a few who got in on the merits of being a friend of a friend. That being said, some of these dudes could be gawking at your vacation photos right now as I type or… since several inmates have been bold enough to post photos from inside jail cells, you could be gawking at them too.
Meet a few of your jailhouse facebook friends below… Continue Reading…
31 year old Derek Medina had a picture perfect life…. at least online.
The South Miami man posted YouTube videos of himself enjoying sports, authored six online books, with long-winded titles about spirituality, saving the world and hunting ghosts and often shared photos on his Facebook page of his arm tattoos, meals, boating trips and drinks poolside with his wife.
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But on Thursday, Medina shocked all of his online friends when he made an announcement on Facebook that he had shot and killed his wife before posting a photo of her twisted, bloodied body lying on a linoleum floor.
The disturbing photo posted on Medina’s Facebook page showed a woman in black tights slumped over on her back. Her knees were bent awkwardly and her cheek and arm were bloody. He included a caption, which read: “RIP Jennifer Alfonso,” and the photo was ‘shared’ amongst his Facebook friends for more than four hours, before the account was finally suspended.
More of the disturbing details below… Continue Reading…
In case you didn’t know… using Facebook
at your place of employment could get you a spot on the unemployment line!!
A Georgia mom is in the news today after she was fired from her job for posting a statement on her wall about her sick daughter.
Whether you wanna believe or not, there are many employers that closely monitor computer use these days and unfortunately for Misty Roberson, her employer was one of them.
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Two weeks after posting an update to friends and family about her daughter’s illness, her company fired her for it. Stating the Facebook post about her sick daughter violated their social media policy. *sigh*
Details + video below… Continue Reading…