We love our parents; we really do. It's just that during those early years, they can seem like the most embarrassing people on the planet. It's tough enough growing up (kudos to you if you can read the word "puberty" without wincing) without lame-o parents humiliating you, but when it comes to two parents in Wisconsin, we have to admit they've surpassed "embarrassing" and jumped straight to "awesome."
Posting a Facebook update and making sure it gets the maximum exposure could soon be as simple as opening your wallet, if you can believe it. The social media giant is rolling out a new program that will allow its members to pay a small fee to highlight or promote their posts.
Tommy Jordan, the computer savvy cowboy father with a very interesting approach to parenting, has inadvertently sparked a huge national discussion on whether or not he overreacted when he pumped his daughter’s laptop full of lead in response to her foul-mouthed letter of grievance that she posted to her Facebook page. The viral video even prompted daytime TV talk show host Dr. Phil to weigh in on the debate when he spoke out against Jordan’s techniques on ‘Today.’
Family dinners for one Minnesota clan probably got a lot more uncomfortable after an uncle was sued for posting embarrassing photos of his nephew on Facebook. Unfortunately for the embarrassed nephew, it seems that a district court says the lawsuit has no merit.
Last week a man by the name of Tommy Jordan from North Carolina posted a video on YouTube of himself reading aloud a long rant that his daughter supposedly posted to her Facebook page about how she hates her parents and her life. He then proceeds to 'teach her a lesson' by shooting her laptop nin
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